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Question: Mam my 10 months baby 7kg. When she was born 2.800kg. Is it correct weight
Yes your babies weight is fine for now.
Parents read a lot about the specifics and details of normal growth in this age group. With elimination of excess fluids, the weight reduces to almost 10% within the first week of birth and thus must be regained by 2 weeks of age. Bottle-fed infants regain the required birth weight rather sooner than the ones fed by breast milk.
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 of age.
Question: My baby's birth weight was 2.8 kg. Now she completed 3 months yesterday and her weight is 5.5 kg now.. its normal or low?
Answer: Hey its good.
A healthy newborn is expected to lose 7% to 10% of the birth weight, but should regain that weight within the first 2 weeks or so after birth. During their first month, most newborns gain weight at a rate of about 1 ounce (30 grams) per day. Or 1 kg of weight each month till 6 month of age. So according to your babies birth you can calculate it.
Question: My baby was born by 8 1/2 month only, but now she is low birth weight baby, what to do for her to gain weight
Answer: Dear since baby was born premature so we cannot compare with other babies don't worry your baby will gain weight although a little slow you can give breast with which is the best for the baby