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Hello Doctor, my baby is 5 months old, exclusive breastfeeding.. noticed has curvy legs...is this normal??
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Hi It’s normal..
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Dear parents, Truly, you have observed that one leg is more curved than other. This baby remain in womb for nine, was cross legged the inner leg less curved &upper &outer leg, was more curved. With time &as baby grow, this curvature decreases &when at &after 9month when kid start taking steps, all get well. For more details contact via practo app
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It's normal during infancy so don't worry....
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give vitamin d supplement till 1year of age..
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Bow legs (or genu varum) is when the legs curve outward at the knees while the feet and ankles touch. Infants and toddlers often have bow legs. Sometimes, older kids do too. Need not worry as It's rarely serious and usually goes away without treatment, often by the time a child is 3–4 years old ma..
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The curve may be due to the position in the uterus. In this case the curve will disappear once baby walks. It is better to do tests to rule out but D deficiency .
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