Answer: Hello 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 1 year
Answer: Hie Your baby gains around 600-900 gms in the first six months They almost double their birth weight by the age of 6 months So your babys desired weight can be estimated with the help of birth weight They triple their birth weight by 1 year of age
Answer: Hello dear. Yes its ok and normal...no need to worry.
Answer: Yes it normal dear but you have to consult to doctor
Answer: It depends upon the birth weight
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