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13 Month Old Milestones Development
See below: Very young mothers have a higher incidence of fetal mortality, prematurity, lower birth weight, and higher neonatal deaths than older mothers. This is in part due to poor prenatal care, but is also though to be due to biological immaturity of the mother. Please discuss the care of this teenager with your local pediatrician. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Never heard of it: About 1/3 to 1/2 of males will undergo transient nipple or breast enlargement on one or both sides as they transition into puberty. It is a hormonal thing, not a cancer thing & usually fades within 6mo to a year. Rarely it can persist & require removal of breast tissue.A visit to the doc can confirm this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No, ma'am: Individual psychotherapy with family participation is needed to determine what stresses him & why he is allowed to self-calm with a bottle. Assessment includes family history for psychiatric disorders, parent-child interactions since birth, child's iq, academic & social abilities, teacher reports & a dental exam. Therapists teach more age-appropriate coping skills before ditching the bottle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe,maybe not : You provided no information for a real analysis, but a 3 year old can be autistic. ...Read more
My 7 month old has slowed her growth since 5 months old. She is breastfed every 2 hours and eats one meal of solids daily. She meets all her milestone?
Depends: This really depends on where they were, where they are now, and what the family body type is. If they were the 70th % and you are at the 25th, it may just be normal correction. If she's falling off the curve or becoming uncharacteristically small, that might be more cause for concern. You'll need to discuss this more in depth with your pediatrician to figure it out. ...Read more
No . . .: Hello Tasha. Your blood pressure is just fine. However, your weight is not--relative to your height. Your ideal body weight would be somewhere in the range of 145-160 pounds. You probably already know this. Your future risks include Diabetes, Hypertension, Arthritis, premature heart disease, sleep apnea, and many types of cancer.You are young and it is NEVER too late to begin a weight loss program ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What normal weight/height gain for 7 months premature baby boy who born at birth 1.67 kg and height at 41 cm. Breastfeeding and now 3.5 months old. ?
Needs more calories: You haven't mentioned how premature was your baby,but my guess he was born at 31-32 weeks gestation,at 1.67 kgs,now at age 7 months he is 3.5 kgs,doubled his birth weight,but still needs more,hope his other developmental milestones are fine.Usually premature babies catch up with normal growth after 2-3 months,I am afraid breastfeeding alone isn't enough,he needs more nutrition,see his doctor ...Read more
My baby is in 75% percentile height and 25percentile weight.6 month old boy.17 lb at and 27.5 inch height.is it normal?
Tough word - normal: Being thin and tall is perfectly fine if the child is growing along their growth curves normally. Make sure your pediatrician or FP doctor is measuring height and weight and plotting them on a growth curve. If the baby odd changing percentiles over time, you may need to intervene with nutritional or medical help. Check with your doctor on this ! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely to happen: Most 15 yo are near the end of their linear growth and can expect about 2 more inches. If they entered puberty later than their friends, they may finish later, but most are done at 17.An xray of the wrist and hand can show if more growth is likely by showing open growth centers. ...Read more
My 3 month old girl has a head circumference of 38.5 CM ..at birth she measured 34cms.m worried abt her low growth ..is she ok?
Within normal range: Both of these measurements are within the normal range and by themselves are not notable.Measurements of head circumference at this age is inconsistent from one observer to another. Head growth is better followed with serial measurements, done with the same technique and monitored over time. Two measurements will not establish a pattern while 3 or more likely give more information.Time will tell ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
No: Your daughter is obese. Without her height, I cannot tell you exactly how overweight, but unless she is over six feet tall 145 pounds is way too much. You both need to do drastic changes to your lifestyle. You should never buy soda, juice, junk food or white bread. What she has available to her will set her choices. She also needs to start a routine of exercise - suggest starting with daily walk. ...Read more
Is weight 7.8 kg and length 67.5 CM is ok for 8 months old baby girl. Her birth weight is 3.3 kg. Growing well?
Growth: that is normal growth fits around the 50 percentile for weight and 50 percentile for length ...Read more
Normal growth: For a 13th month old boy, 11.5 kg falls within normal range and 80 cm falls within normal range. However, it is more important to see the growth curves at this age. You want to make sure that the boy is not growing faster or slower than normal growth rates. This usually requires multiple growth points over time plotted on a special growth chart. ...Read more
Can or should ?: A 3-5 mg dose is usually well tolerated as a sleep aid by kids at this age.Be aware that the dosing needs of each kid is not well established and some may do well on 1 mg and poorly on 5 or vice versa. It does tend to produce grogginess and should never be taken prior to activities like bike riding, swimming or other sports. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anovulatory bleeding: This is still normal for her age . She might also miss periods . Her periods will normalize in time. The only time that i will worry is if there is family history of prolonged menstrual periods then she should have blood test for any hematologic problems like von willebrands disease wich may present as prolonged menstrual bleedingchil. ...Read more
Estimated adult height for 16 yr old girl, period at 15 yr 0 months, dad 5'5 mom 5'4.5 .. currently 5'2.5. she looks pretty much fully developed. ?
Target height: Target height range for female with parent heights dad: 5'5" mom: 5.4" Target height would be 4ft 11in to 5ft 5in At age 16 & depending on what stage of puberty she has completed there may or may not be a little more room for growth. Bone age assessments can also determine if more height growth is expected, but this is not done routinely unless there is concern for an underlying endocrine issue. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Baby girl 4.5 months old, weights 5.95kg was born 3kg. Is she underweight? She's otherwise healthy and meeting her developmental milestones
Depends upon gender: To some extent, answer also depends upon ethnicity & nationality. For sake of simplicity, check out http://www.Cdc.Gov/growthcharts/data/set1clinical/cj41c017.Pdf for boys & http://www.Cdc.Gov/growthcharts/data/set1clinical/cj41c018.Pdf for girls. These are cdc standards used in states where your baby's doc should measure & plot at each visit. Oh and tell you how s/he is doing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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