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    4 months old head control delay & hazey eyes and droopy eyelids. Is this normal?
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    Jen0714 posted:
    I took my son to his 4 month check up & he wasn't able to hold his neck up. My husband & I started working with him that night & by the next day we could pull him up by his hands & he had steady control of his neck/head. Also, he seems to be tired a lot or at least by the look of his eyes. Not all the time but most of the time his eyes look dopey/hazey and his eye lids seem heavy. Is all of this normal???
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