My baby girl is 1.8 years old. All her activities are normal. But, she did not crawl yet. She can sit in bed from a lying position and stand by holding something for 10 minutes. She is not stepping forward. Why?
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1. Normal variant.
2. Neuromuscular problem.
Thyroid profile, calcium, vitamin D levels and CPK (creatine phosphokinase).Treatment plan:
Syrup Osteocalcium 5 mL two times a day for a month.Regarding follow up:
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