2 months old baby

Question: My son is born in the 36th week 6days.Should the growth chart be considered from the actual date of delivery date which is 36th week or expected delivery date?

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Answer: Hello! Growth chart will be considered from the day the baby is born and not the estimated delivery date.
Answer: The growth chart is from actual date of delivery dear and not from expected delivery date.
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