6 months old baby

Question: My girl has entered 6 mnths just nw but still she has not rolled ovr yt...is thr anythng that i shld do for this

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Answer: Give her tummy time min 15 to 20 mins in a day. Each time 5 to 7 mins. It improves neck muscles.which helps to roll. U can wait until 7 th month.
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