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My 22nd month baby not walking

Dear Sir/Madam,

My 22nd month baby not walking. When we try to make her walk. She don't and get sit-down. But she can stand up by catching hands and chair. When I take her out of home then I just hold her hand and she walk with free with one hand. When try to show her how to climb in steps she doesn't show interest for it. She feels scared like I will fell down or something. She doesn't show interest in walk Sometimes when she is in very Jolly mood then try to stand without any help but can't forward her steps.
I am so worried about her activity is back than the time.
She speaks many words but doesn't spell completely like half words she pronounce.

From last three months as per doctor's prescriptions I have given calcium syrup and vitamin d3 drop.

Please suggest me accurate medicine which can suit her.

  Vikash_83 on 2017-11-20
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Please give your baby Calcarea Carb 200 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over 10 days.

One dose means 2 pills.
kadwa 11 months ago

Hi Kadwa sir,
Thanks for the reply. As I mentioned in my post I have already given calcium carbonate syrup to my baby from last three month. And the medicine you prescribed is same one.

My question is how this medicine will effect more compare to the given previous one?

[Edited by Vikash_83 on 2017-11-28 03:09:12]
Vikash_83 11 months ago

Calcium Carbonate Syrup contains material doses of calcium. Calcarea Carb 200 contains molecular imprints of the various functional groups present of calcarea carb.
kadwa 11 months ago

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