My son is 6 months old. In every way he is healthy and very happy. All of his measurements put him in the 75%, so his head isn't measuring any larger than the rest of him.
Occasionally he will do this head jerky thing where it almost looks like a short spasm. It happens at random times, so I don't see anything really triggering it. All of a sudden his head will lean down where his chin will meet his chest and then bob up and down real fast 3-5 times and then he is done. It almost reminds me of a symptom of Tourettes (I only say this because I saw a special on Tourettes 3-4 months ago). The past week, I'd say he is doing it about once a day, but I remember him doing it a few times last month too.
Can a baby this young have Tourettes or is it just that he is learning so many things and it's just a symptom of him growing and getting bigger.
Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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