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When to Call Your Pediatrician (Eight to Twelve Months)

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Notify your pediatrician if:
  • By 8 months:
    • Does not babble
    • Shows no interest in games of peek-a-boo
    • Drags one side of body while crawling (for over one month)
    • Cannot sit independently
  • By 10 months:
    • Does not respond to name
  • By 12 months:
    • Does not crawl
    • Cannot stand when supported
    • Not able to straighten back
    • Does not search for objects that are hidden
    • Says no single words (“mama” or “dada”)
    • Does not use gestures
    • Does not point to objects or pictures

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