2 months old baby

Question: Hello, my son is two months old. He still doesn't react to voices.।... Sounds etc... He smiles only in reflexes. When will he react.

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Answer: Did you do the hearing test?. If it's fine nothing to worry. He will soon react.
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    Bharti Punglia Jaju33 days ago

    Yes, he can gear properly cos he reacts hearing loud noises and cries

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