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Please don't apologize for "rambling," you are being a cautious and loving mother! I'm not a medical professional and maybe this is just a phase that your daughter is going through? After reading your post, I did find this very helpful WebMD Sensory Integration Overview that sounds much like your situation. Please do not panic, there could be a number of reasons for this concern and there is actual therapy treatment that might help!
I would read over the article and watch for any other symptoms that your LO may have. Jot down any concerns and speak with her pediatrician. You may also want to post your question in the WebMD Parenting Community , where a medical professional is provided for expert insight. I wish you and your LO the best. Please keep us posted!View Thread
Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body. ~Elizabeth Stone
With all of the fun holidays coming up from Halloween and Thanksgiving to Christmas and New Years, there will be a multitude of precious photos for the community to share! But, how do we post a photo?!?
Here is the New WebMD Photo Upload Guide to teach everyone how to share their perfect pics this season! Please feel free to test-post any of your fun photos to this thread! Cheese!!View Thread
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