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    5 1/2 month old with her tongue constantly out
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    bflowers12210 posted:
    My 5 1/2 month old daughter constantly has her tongue just sititng out, she has done it since she was a few weeks old. Ive brought it up to my dr at every apt but he nevers seems concerned and always just says we will keep an eye on it. She doesn't have any issues feeding with a bottle and I recently started her on baby food and rice cereal and she eats that fine too. I can look back through hundreds of pictures ive taken of her since birth though and its hanging out in every picture!! Just wondering if anyone has any ideas what it might be? or if its normal. My MD has given a few suggestions such as tongue tied but has never really went any further but to mention it to me.


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