2 years old baby

Question: My baby is 2 years old but still cant talk.....he understands every thing and is vety active but doesnt repeat words.....i m really worried....please help

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Answer: Same situation here too..be guided with a good pediatrician..follow their instructions properly dear..don't worry🙏pray God
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