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    Default Anterior Fontanelle size at 8 months

    My daughter is 8 months old now and her fontanelle seems to be getting bigger. We can still clearly see her hair move with her pulse and its more than 2 fingers wide.
    We have a doc appt on Wednesday but I'm really worried now that she's crawling everywhere that she could be really hurt if something fell on her (seriously contemplating stack hat or similar).
    Has anyone been through this?
    What size is your bubs?

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    Ds is 11 months old and it has gradually just got smaller and smaller over time. Its probably nothing to worry about maybe some just take more time than others but worth getting it looked into. Sorry im not much help x

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