Do you think your child is not evolving normally? ¡Trust your instincts!

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If you have any concerns about how your child plays, learns, talks, acts, or moves, talk to your pediatrician.

It is important to trust your instincts as a parent, as you have a special bond with your child and can notice subtle changes in their behavior or development that others might overlook. If you feel that your child is not developing properly, it is crucial to address your concerns and seek professional support if necessary. By doing so, you can ensure that your child receives the appropriate help and support if they are facing challenges in their development. Remember that, as a caregiver, your intuition is valuable and can be a significant factor in ensuring your child’s well-being and happiness in the long term.

 

Remember, you know your child better and your concerns are important. Together, you and your pediatrician will find the best way to help your child. If you’re not comfortable with your pediatrician’s advice, seek a second opinion.

Do not wait. Reacting quickly can make a difference!

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