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Developmental Concerns:When do Babies Start Walking?
2012-05-24
Name: Editor When do babies start walking? A baby has to go through which stages while learning to walk? How to encourage a child to walk?

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2012-06-13
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Name: Peehal
Subject:  Walking Problem
My son is now 1.3 years. He still has not learned to walk. I am very worried. Is there any problem with him? What should I do?
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2012-06-13
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Name: shibu
Subject:  Late Walker
I do agree with you. All babies are different and they achieve milestones at different times. My daughter also started to walk after 1.5 years. I was also very much concerned.
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2012-06-13
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Name: Foxxy
Subject:  Problem in Walking
Do not worry Peehal. Some babies are late learners. Generally boys are late learners as compared to girls. It is quite normal. I do not think there is a problem but you can consult a pediatrician in the meantime. Your son will in a short time start walking.
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