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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

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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.
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