4 months old baby

Question: hi my baby is 15 weeks old..now she is 5.3kg is it normal..

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Answer: Thoda sa weight kam h apke baby ka...3mnth ke baby ka ideal weight 5kg or depends upon birth weight.....per mnth 900gm weight increse hona chiye
Answer: Yes. It is normal weight
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    Anita yadav598 days ago

    Baby weight should increase 700-800grams every month. I think its less weight. My baby is 10 weeks and has 5kg weight.

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