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Question: I hv twins baby of 22days...in which How much weight should be gain by baby

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Answer: Hii dear congratulations for ur motherhood. Generally In the first few days after birth, babies normally lose weight, then get back to their birth weight by about 10 days. In the first three months, a baby should gain, on average, 140 to 210 grams (five to 7½ ounces) per week. All the best.
Answer: Hii dear already replied.
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    Rekha Bhardwaj690 days ago

    Thanku sister

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    Rekha Bhardwaj690 days ago

    my baby weight is after birth, 2.800gm.

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