You might need to talk to a behavioral pediatrician about these issues.
Quoting Nay25:Well she is 7 now but ever since age 3 we noticed she would stretch her arm out an like tence them up like she was straining you could see it in her face also and she would make grunting sounds At first she only do it when she get excited r when she be playing with toys r blocks on floor and shed line um up all neat n a row she get happy an do it but now she does it no matter what and we have seen doctors and had tests done like an e.e.g on her brain and they can't find nothing but yet her school notices it she does it al school we've justz been lucky enough to have nice teachers so far but she gonna be in first tis yr and scared she mite it be Abel to get it an keep up an focus cause she is easily distracted
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I would get an appointment with a specialty pediatrician. It could be a few things or just a quirk of hers.
Quoting Quinn525:My nephew does something similar since he was about one. It is usually a way to get some energy out. It took about 6 years and he was diagnosed with aspergers which is a high functioning form of autism. It was a surprise because he will look you in the eyes, smile, and address people. You should have a behavioral psychologist evaluate your daughter.
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