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    Behavior issues..
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    An_221769 posted:
    I had my premier at 25 weeks....1lb 8oz....he was in NICU for 90 days.....he will be three next month and he seems to be showing signs of aggressiveness.....is anyone else in this position??
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    I would schedule a visit to your pediatrician and discuss specifics of his actions. It might be due to frustrating developmental delays. The good news is that early intervention can make a tremendous difference.

    Check out the Two Year Old and Three Year Old as well as the main WebMD Parenting Community for more feedback.

    Haylen


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