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Average weight and height for a 5 year old girl?

Average weight and height for a 5 year old girl?

5 year old: The average 5 year old is 45 inches and 45 pounds. ...Read more

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What's a healthy weight for height and age - 5 year old girl?

What's a healthy weight for height and age - 5 year old girl?

Trend: Healthy growth in a child is when they gain age appropriate cm/inches and weight on an annualized basis. Bmi and waist circumference (more important) help to determine if the proportions are within age appropriate goals. Please see this website: http://www.Cdc.Gov/growthcharts/charts.Htm. ...Read more

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Reaching Your Optimal Height (Checklist)

Get adequate nutrition
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Get plenty of sleep while growing
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Get plenty of vitamin D and calcium
Daily
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What can I expect at an endocrinologist appointment for a 5 year old who isn't gaining height/weight? Already did blood tests and X-ray of hand.

What can I expect at an endocrinologist appointment for a 5 year old who isn't gaining height/weight? Already did blood tests and X-ray of hand.

Test results: The doctor should review the test results and x-rays with you and your child. Depending on the results, they may recommend therapy with growth or other hormones or just watchful waiting/close followup. It depends on the growth of your child to this point and results ...Read more

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I am 16.5 year old boy. My weight is 53kg .. My height is 5 feet 4 inches. I want to increase my height . Please suggest me about height iam so worry?

I am 16.5 year old boy. My weight is 53kg .. My height is 5 feet 4 inches.  I want to increase my height . Please suggest me about height iam so worry?

Endocrine: Recently growth hormone has been approved for use in pediatric patients with growth potential and short stature. You need to consult with your pediatrician to see bone age--- ie wrist x ray will reveal that. If the growth plates not fused yet--get referral to a pediatric endocrinologist for further evaluation and management. ...Read more

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Reaching Your Optimal Height (Checklist)

Eat a well-rounded healthy diet
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Get plenty of sleep (growth hormone is released during sleep)
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Do stretching exercises
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I have a 44lb 3foot 10inch 5 year old son who I think is small. Is this a good hight weight combo?

I have a 44lb 3foot 10inch 5 year old son who I think is small. Is this a good hight weight combo?

Yes: If you plot his height and weight on a chart you will find he is in the 50th percentile in weight and maybe 90th percentile in height. There is nothing about that which raises any red flags. Hopefully the pediatrician has been plotting his growth and will let you see how he how he has been progressing and i would check with them. ...Read more

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What is the average height & weight for a 5 yr old?

What is the average height & weight for a 5 yr old?

Wow!Almost anything!: Huge range of normal sizes for 5-yr old boys...Go to cdc website @ www.Cdc.Gov; type 'growth charts'; in the search box at the right upper corner of this webpage; click thru the menus until see boys charts geared for age5. Plot your son. He is probably normal. Average is the 50th percentile, but normal ranges from 5-95 percentile. ...Read more

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Reaching Your Optimal Height (Checklist)

Eat a healthy balanced diet
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Treat any bone injury to growth plates promptly and properly
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Know a healthy diet in early childhood is important
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Have regular check-ups with a pediatrician
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My five years old girl looks skiny and loses weight easily too.Is there anyway to improve the situation?

My five years old girl looks skiny and loses weight easily too.Is there anyway  to improve the situation?

Better nutrition: First, check a growth chart. She may be normal. If her weight is too low for her height, improve her calorie intake. She should drink whole milk and avoid low calorie/empty calorie drinks such as soda and juice. There are nutritional supplements but it is best to give her a well balanced diet. ...Read more

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