3 months old baby

Question: Hi doctor....My baby is 3months and her weight is 4.9 kg.... is that okay. ...or she is underweight? ?

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Answer: Hello dear, weight is OK, if baby looks active then don't think too much about weight, try to feed every 2 hours.
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