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My daughter walk but there is gap
My daughter walk but there is gap between 2 legs. Is it due do less calcium , vitamin d. Do I need to take ant precaution
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Gap is normal till 1.5 y . Share a pic of the the child .
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UPTO 1 1/2 - 2 YRS IT IS NORMAL FOR ALL CHILDREN AND IF IT PERSIST BEYOND, THEN RULE OUT VIT-D DEFICIENCY.CONSULT WITH ME DIRECTLY FOR FURTHER MANAGEMENT.
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Hello, all children walk with a gap initially which should go away by 12-18 months. If it persists beyond it is advisable to get her examined. She may need xrays or blood test at that point. Most common cause is vitamin D deficiency. To know more you can book and online consultation with me so that I can help you 
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no extra precautions are need. make sure she gets atleast 30 minutes of sun light time a day and drinks milk
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Rule out rickets . Get a xray (scanogram) and share
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Agree with Dr Avi
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