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    my baby leans her head to one side
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    eplus3 posted:
    My 4 month old leans her head to her right always. whether she is sitting laying or being held. I just noticed this a few days ago. Does anyone have any advice on this? Thanks
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    britbrunson2012 responded:
    My 8 month started doing that and soon after she began running fever. We took her to the ER and she had a double ear infection. Just keep an eye on it, it could be completely normal but then again it could be something else.
     
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    hgreenwood7058 responded:
    She may have fluid behind one of her ear drums which could cause vertigo or basically her equillibrium would be off. I would make an appt to check it out. I know carson had a preference when he would sleep it would always be to the right but as he got older and older he gained more control of his head while he slept.


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