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1 Year Baby Check Up: What to Expect

1 Year Baby Check Up: What to Expect

Never hesitate to raise any concern — no matter how trivial — when you have an appointment with your baby's health care provider.

At your child's 1-year visit, be sure to bring up any of these issues or behaviors if you've noticed them in your child:

  • He can't bear weight on his legs.
  • He has one or both eyes still crossed, even part of the time.
  • He doesn't use both hands equally.
  • He doesn't use any real words or doesn't know his name.
  • He isn't crawling or moving forward in some way.
  • He has no fear of strangers or anxiety at separations. Fear and anxiety are normal reactions to these situations at this age.
  • He doesn't point at things.
  • He seems to have problems with his vision or hearing.
  • He loses a skill he had before.

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Good to know

astrife08 12/14/2015
My girls have their 1 year appt this week... This is good info to know.

interesting

grant 12/11/2015
very informative

Brush up

12/5/2015
Good reminder list.

Thanks for the different view

Khull 11/25/2015
Great info for the visit since every baby does stuff on their own time, it lets you know everything they should be doing instead of looking and comparing what they aren't doing by a year of age.

thank you

11/6/2015
Thank you this will be very helpful in 2 months