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Question: When my baby start to sit
Answer: Do not make your baby sit right now because if your baby has just started with 6 months it is not important for you to make him set but it is important for you to help him move or rotate side-by-side rely more on a stomach.
increase his tummy time
the time when your baby is actually sitting on your tummy or lying on your tummy with his stomach down this is help to strengthen his neck - back muscles so once the tummy time everyday is done 15 to 20 minutes divided 4 to 5 times a day then your baby will eventually try to sit on his own .
you can also help him but make him sit for more than 5 to 10 minutes will impact his spinal growth so I will advise you to start giving calcimax P 2.5 ml as well as calshine D vitamin D 1.5 m l once a day you can ask your pediatrician about the dose.
but importantly you must start calcium as it is vitamin D to help strengthen his bone which will eventually help him to sit and carry his own weight.
Question: When My baby will start to sit
Answer: Hii It's really normal for babies not to crawl or sit unsupported until they are 9 or 10 months old. baby's physical development isn't something you can teach. each baby develops on their own in their own time. Things like sitting up and crawling have more to do with muscle strength than learning what to do. Make sure you're giving your son plenty of tummy time during the day so he can strengthen his muscles. There are also booster seats you can get to help teach him, but if his muscles aren't strong enough a booster can cause their muscles to develop improperly. You can talk to your son's pediatrician about your concerns regarding his development to see if he needs some sort of physical therapy.
Question: When does baby start to sit
Answer: 7-8 months. Sometimes babies sit early and sometimes late