Answer: Hello Dear, Average weight for a 9-month-old baby is 8 kh for girls and 8.9pounds for boys. Average length is 27.6 inches for girls and 28.3 inches for boys, according to the World Health Organization. your baby seems to be bit underweight, you can increase the weight by making additional changes to your diet u should increase more nutritious foods in ur diet...eat arhaer Dal and moong Dal give shahi jeera tadka its helps to increase ur milk and helps to make ur milk more nutritious u should give oil massages, for the increment in your baby's weight well dear mom not worry at all your baby's weight is just fine. do not worry too much about weight gain.To maintain weight gain, feed your child a light snack between breakfast and lunch and again between lunch and dinner. Baby Should Eat: Breast milk or formula, chunkier purees, and lots of finger foods. Feel free to let her anything that's on your plate as long as it's not a choking hazard
Answer: Yes..its norml..if bby is active..no matter weight is low.IF he takes solid weight also increase.
Answer: Hello dear yes baby weight is normal.
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Question: My daughter is 1 year and 3 months old,her weight is 7.800 kg ,is it normal or low?
Answer: Dear ideally your baby's weight should be between 8kg to 12kgs. So your baby is doing fine in terms of weight. You can increase the intake of weight gaining foods like ghee, banana, ragi, oats, potatoes, pulses and whole wheat which helps in weight gain. Hope it helps.
Question: My baby has 7.800 kg weight..is it normal?
Answer: Hi, baby weight should be 8.6 kg. Include following food items in baby diet. 1) Banana 2) Paneer 3) Oats 4) Ragi 5) Toor Dal 6) Potato 7) Dry fruits. 8) Butter/Desi ghee Try to give these item daily. Feed 6 times a day. 3 proper meal and 3 snacks. Always prepare food in butter or ghee. Soon you ll see change in baby weight.
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.