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Sacral dimple
My daughter 9 month 10 days. she is not able to sit herself but able to balance and can sit long time if we make her sit. she had a small hole above buttuck s , after consulting local doctor, suggested high frequency scan and found no issues in spine scan but he referred to another specialist. should I need to worry about this issue
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Sacral dimples are common. However  if it is higher up, it is not a sacral simple and needs to be checked. Your specialist should advise. Clear advice can be provided only after examining your child.
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see your specialist ( ideally Paediatric neurologist)
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If the dimple is not reaching upto spine then it's not to worry much? Is there any discharge?
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