3 months old baby

Question: My baby is 2 months old removes his tongue out. What to do.. he is not hungry even..

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Answer: Hi Hi same thg used to happen with my baby and My pediatrician said normal in most cases and nothing to worry about. Our baby A does it all the time. At one month old, frequency is decreasing.tongue protrusion is a completely normal  finding in infants. It is part of the sucking reflex. It usually disappears with time, around 4-6 months when it is time to spoon feed. In other words, your child could simply be sticking their tongue out, just because they like to stick it out. 
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