24 weeks pregnant mother

Question: hello... today I have done my USG ...m 24 week Nd 4 days progo..Nd my baby's weight is 645 ...is it normal...

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Answer: hello dear the baby weight at 24 weeks is absolutely perfect dear.. mainatin the same dear..
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    Khushbu Nalin Bissa1055 days ago

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