My baby is stiff when held Sometimes you’ve got to look reality straight in the face and see it for what it is. If your baby is always feeling stiff when you hold them, something is up, and it’s probably not.
Your baby feels stiff when being held. Your immediate reaction is to freak out. What’s causing your baby to be so stiff? There are many different reasons why your baby feels.
Hypertonia is an umbrella term that describes when there is an abnormally high muscle tone in the infant’s body. High muscle tone causes the baby to be stiff and rigid, especially when held,
Limb stiffness is the most common symptom of spastic-type cerebral palsy, a disorder of movement or coordination diagnosed in about 10,000 U.S. children each year. In spastic cerebral palsy, a brain.
Stiff baby syndrome: A genetic disorder also known as hyperexplexia in which babies have an exaggerated startle reflex (reaction). This disorder was not recognized until 1962 when it was.
13 June, 2017. Infants with very stiff muscles may clench their hands and feet, such as clenching their fingers into a fist or curling their toes, or cross their legs in a scissor-like fashion when.
My little one is almost 3 months old and is always so stiff! Is anyone else’s baby like this ?He has been able to stand on his legs since a few weeks old, being held up of course.