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Sunday, July 4th 2010, 4:58pm

Big toes stick out

Hello,

Suppose I just need a bit of reassurance and advice.

O's big toes stick out miles. She seems to have a big gap between her big toe and her other toes. Its especially prominent when she's on her feet. My Mum said she'd never seen a baby with toes like that and its got me a bit worried now.

What do you all think?






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Sunday, July 4th 2010, 5:19pm

My brother had that with his litte toe when he was a baby, the hospital said they needed to leave it and and have another look when he was a 5 years old or something but to make sure he wore shoes to help it correct it self, but he just 'grew out of it' and is now a semi proffessional basket ball player!!!!! so it hasnt effected him in any way!!



Hope this stops the worrying a bit, take her to the docs next week to see what he says
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Sunday, July 4th 2010, 5:54pm

Thanks Gemma!

I'm seeing the HV in a couple of weeks so will mention it then and see what she says.

I was just worried that she wouldn't be able to wear beautiful high heels when she was older!!!






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Sunday, July 4th 2010, 6:47pm

It was a long time ago but I think it was something to do with the size of his bone in his toe but it is totally normal now, well as normal as any lanky little brother can be anyway!! I think the only problem my brother gets with high heals is getting them in a size 15!! :snigger:
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Monday, July 5th 2010, 9:49am

Trust me, when she's older she will get in to heels no matter how uncomfortable it is! Talk to the HV but I don't think it's too much of a problem as they change so much as they grow, I was worried because J's legs were bowed but they are now straightening out so it's possible that her toes will slowly come into line.


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Monday, July 5th 2010, 10:24am

O's legs were a bit bowed too. She just sticks them right out. Like at 45 degrees to the side!






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Monday, July 5th 2010, 2:43pm

Most babies are a bit bow legged. They usually straighten out once they start putting some weight through them. I think its Nature's way of making nappy changing a bit easier.

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Monday, July 5th 2010, 3:09pm

Thats what I thought. I was just worried cos her toes don't go in. They really stick out! Even now, she's alseep in her chair and they stick out!






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Monday, July 5th 2010, 4:13pm

C's toes stuck out too - I think that is just the way it is with babies. As long as they don't wear shoes or only wear socks and soft booties that will continue. Once she is walking and wearing REAL shoes that will "rectify" as the shoes force the toes into a socially acceptable shape that goes neatly into shoes but has nothing to do with how nature intended our feet to be....


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Monday, July 5th 2010, 4:35pm

Hi Flic



My DS has a sticky outey toe! The Physio told us it was an over active muscle and will correct itself.



Aren't babies feet lovely though,just perfect!

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Monday, July 5th 2010, 6:10pm

Hiya! Thanks Rene. That does make sense. She's bare footed pretty much all the time.

Csam, I love her feet! She's so chubby now, she's got little fat pouches on her toes!!






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