Similar Questions with Answers
Question: hi frnds my baby is 7 mnth old. She became thin and losing weight. Can any one tell me, weight gaining diet plan for 7 mnth old baby.
Answer: If your child is active, healthy and taking a proper diet but its weight is still not increasing then don’t worry. Also the weight of your baby depends upon the genetic constitution of parents. So, do consider it also. Some tips that could be useful to gain weight -
• Include super rich foods like milk, yoghurt, banana, ragi, desi ghee, oats, potato, sweet potato, pulses, avocado, Khichdi, pumpkin, meat are consider as weight gain foods in babies and toddlers.
• Always focus on a healthy diet rather than the high-fat foods.
• Offer three main meals, two snack breaks and two times the milk to your child in its daily schedule
• Promote your child to do the physical activities, which can help to increase child’s appetite.
Question: Hi my baby s now 9 months old her weight z just 7kg. She looks very thin wat do I do for her to gain weight
Answer: It depends onnthe birth weight of ur baby. On average, babies gain about one pound each month for the first six months. Then, between six months and one year, weight gain slows down a little. Most babies double their birthweight by five to six months of age and triple it by the time they are a year old. Hope this helps.
Question: My baby is looking thin and her wt is 5 kg she is completed 6 months, what Should I do ?
Answer: Nothing to worry ..Give proper breastmilk or formula with along with food. Dont focus more on food instead focus more on breast feeding and formula
Question: my baby is now 2months 10 days old....
she was 4.6 whn she completed her 2 month
she looks thin I want her to gain weight more...
Answer: On average, a newborn drinks about 1.5-3 ounces (45-90 milliliters) every 2-3 hours. This amount increases as your baby grows and is able to take more at each feeding. At about 2 months, your baby may be taking 4-5 ounces (120-150 milliliters) at each feeding and the feedings may be every 3-4 hours.
Until baby won't get into solid food it will be tough to see drastic change in her health but feeding every 3 hrs will be advisable