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My child is adamant & speaking few words
Hi, This is Dawood and we have one child who is around 2.9 years old and he is just kicking others, adamant some time and get exited for going outside and at this age I see other child started talking, but my child is talking 2-4 words continuously but not more than that. Please Advise is this some thing normal or that need to check with doctor now itself for any cure. Best Regards, Dawood
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Take an opinion with Speech Language Pathologist (Speech Therapist). They can guide you.
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Hi, Open you tube app on mobile and search Dr Deepak Patel. Watch video on normal Milestones in Children. It will help you to see what Milestones are achieved at which age. Subscribe for more health related videos. Take care.
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Hi Dawood Your child might be having Behavioural /cognitive issues. That's may be causing the speech and language delay. Please consultant a psychologist and speech therapist.
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1. If your child is addicted or spending more time with TABs or phones please gradually take away 2. Spend more quality time with your kid / talk about all the toys- objects around him 3. Indulge him into a constructive play (make it more attractive Though u need to see above professionals
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