Similar Questions with Answers
Question: My baby birth weight is 2.5 kg, now she has 6.5kg. Is it normal weight
Answer: Expect your baby to double his or her birth weight by about age 5 months.
From ages 6 to 12 months, a baby might grow 3/8 inch (about 1 centimeter) a month and gain 3 to 5 ounces (about 85 to 140 grams) a week.
Expect your baby to triple his or her birth weight by about age 1 year.
Question: My baby is 2.5 months old. Her birth weight is 2.4kg. Now she is 4.4 kg. Is it good or no? How can I improve her weight?
Answer: Hello dear, Baby weight is ok. If your baby weight was low during birth time, chances are he will gain his weight aacording to own capacity. think about it.
In the initial 3 months, infants put on about 1 kg each month. From 3-6 months, weight gain reduces to 1/2 kg/month; from 6-9 months, it becomes 1/3, and for 9-12 months, it settles to 1/4 kg. In full term infants, the birth weight doubles in the 4th month and triples when they reach 12 months and 4* when they reach on 24 month.
Baby is completely depend on mother's milk. So try to make ur diet healthy. Baby get all nutrients through mother's breastmilk. If your diet will be healthy ur baby growth automatically will be increased.
Take care ur little one.....
Question: My baby's birth weight was 3.5 and now he 8.5 kg .. is this weight is ok?
Answer: See ideal weight by 1 year is.
3 times baby's birth weight.
Still he is 8.5
So don't worry. Give him balanced solid foods
Dont stick to routine foods. Just becy he oiked one dont give him the same
Try different receipies. Introduce him to more varieties.
The more you introduce now. That stays same i. Future for him.
So experiment. Give more of dry fruits
Fruits and vegetables
All types of dals
Egg and if you are non veg. Since he is 11 months.
You can make oats with boneless chicken and lash it and give.
Try to introduce as many variables as possible.