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Reflexes B4 Birth

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Rooting Reflex Onset: 28 weeks Integrated: 3 months Baby's head, mouth, tounge, move toward stimuli
Sucking/Swallowing Reflex Onset: 28 weeks Integrated: 2-5 months strong rhythmical suck after finger is placed in mouth
Traction Reflex Onset: 28 weeks Integrated:2-5 months head lag and total upper extremity flexion when pulled to sit
Moro Reflex Onset: 28 weeks Integrated: 4-6 weeks after falling sensation, phase one: extremities abduct and extend, phase two: extremities flex and adduct
Plantar Grasp Reflex Onset: 28 Weeks Integrated: 9 months toes curl in response to pressure on foot; precursor for walking
Galant Reflex Onset: 32 weeks gestation Integrated: by 2 months hold baby in prone, stroke 1 side of spine, lateral flexion towards that side. crucial to crawling
Palmar Grasp Reflex Onset: 37 weeks Integrated 4-6 months; stimuli in palm elicits and reflexive grasp
ATNR Assymetric Tonic Neck Reflex Onset: 37 weeks Integrated: 4-6 months turn head, extends arm on the face side, flex arm on the skull side
Tonic Labrythine Reflex (TLR) Onset: 37 weeks Integrated: 6 months held in prone baby has flexor tone, held in supine baby has extensor tone
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