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    An_248880 posted:
    my baby girl masturbates since she started sitting up. she does it everywhere in public and especially in public because she knows i cant do anything. im really losing my mind, i dont know what to do need help from profesional
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    AmaandPapa responded:
    My granddaughter did the same thing. She had a blanket or stuffed animal. They were told to ignore it or they could tell her to go to another room by the doctor. That didn't seem to work so they started telling her no. Still didn't work so now they took the animal and blanket away and she has stopped. Hope this helps you.


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