7 months old baby

Question: hlo frds..mera baby bht week..h khata peta lgta nhi use kya kru.....waise hr kam mein active hai.????

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Answer: kyaw weight hai baby ka.weak weight se hai ya immunity se hai ya phr dekhne me weak lagta hai.dekho agar dekhne me lagta hai but immune system acha h to tension lene wali koi baat nahi. baby ko active or immune wise acha hona chahiye.
Answer: Baby's looks and weight shouldn't be the criteria to judge baby's well-being. Rather his activeness should be. If he's reaching his milestones in the required timeframe then I don't think there's anything to worry about.
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