10 months old baby

Question: My baby is 10 months old and still weigh only 6.5 kg... Is it something to be really worried of?

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Answer: Your baby should weigh the triple rate of his birth weight by 12 months. Check out whether his weight is okay by the calculation. If not, then give him ghee in his solid foods, it helps to increase weight
Answer: Give her one smashing banana twice a week and potato smash
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