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What is normal head circumference for a 9mnth old?

What is normal head circumference for a 9mnth old?

Depends on gender ;: Velocity of growth. Has the head circumference grown normally along a single curve between 5th-95th%ile or increased too rapidly, e.g., jumping from 25th to 95th %ile (as may be seen in autism or hydrocephalus), or too slowly, e.g., dropping from 25th to 5th%ile, (indicating insufficient brain growth)? Girls' range at 9 months is 41.6-46.6 cm; avg. Is 44 cm. Boys, 43-47.4 cm; avg. Is 45.4 cm. ...Read more

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Is a10cm increase in head circumference in 16weeks something to be alarmed about? My twin boys heads have gone from 32cm (at birth) to 42cm in 16weeks

Is a10cm increase in head circumference in 16weeks something to be alarmed about? My twin boys heads have gone from 32cm (at birth) to 42cm in 16weeks

Yes: Head circumference is expected to inrease 1/2 in (1.77 cm) per month in the first 4 months. Rapid increase in head size could be a sign of hydrocephalus. Have them evaluated. ...Read more

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Head circumference - what is too small?

Head circumference - what is too small?

Head circumference: There is a wide range of normal for head circumference, depending on age. Your doctor should be plotting this on a chart at well child visits. Look at both the actual size, and the change in size with time to see if your child's head circumference is normal. ...Read more

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What if my baby's head circumference is small?

What if my baby's head circumference is small?

Repete measurments: One measurment is never enough-- the progress is what's inportant have several messure a mont apart--also how is baby developing is it normal? ...Read more

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What is normal head circumference for a 9mnth old?

Depends on gender ;: Velocity of growth. Has the head circumference grown normally along a single curve between 5th-95th%ile or increased too rapidly, e.g., jumping from 25th to 95th %ile (as may be seen in autism or hydrocephalus), or too slowly, e.g., dropping from 25th to 5th%ile, (indicating insufficient brain growth)? Girls' range at 9 months is 41.6-46.6 cm; avg. Is 44 cm. Boys, 43-47.4 cm; avg. Is 45.4 cm. ...Read more

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I was wondering is a 24in. Head circumference large?

I was wondering is a 24in. Head circumference large?

Not necessarily: For an adult male it is at the larger end of the normal range. For the most part it is only a problem in finding well fitting head ware. It hasn't complicated my life. ...Read more

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My 4 months baby's head circumference is 46 cm, is it ok?

My 4 months baby's head circumference is 46 cm, is it ok?

Depends: This would be at the high end of normal for a male infant & usually paired with a length of 67 cm. You can download a growth chart from the cdc website & plot known measures to follow the child's pattern. Www. Cdc. Gov/growthcharts
if your kid is shorter or the head size is increasing faster than his length, it is unusual. If this is a girl the head is too big. ...Read more

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What is the average head circumference for a 15 year old?

Head circumference.: You can use the Center For Disease Control Growth Charts to check height, weight, BMI & head circumference for child’s age and gender.
http://www. Cdc. Gov/growthcharts/clinical_charts. Htm. ...Read more

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What does 90% percentile in infant head circumference mean?

What does 90% percentile in infant head circumference mean?

Relative study: His rating means that 10% of infants at this age have a larger head circumference (size) while 90% are smaller. If the size has increased from 25-50-75-90% over several months it would suggest growth was too rapid. If usually in that range, it just means the kid has a big head. It hasn't bothered me any, except for having trouble finding a helmet/hat that would fit.. ...Read more

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What is the average head circumference for a 4 year old boy?

What is the average head circumference for a 4 year old boy?

Head circumference: Head sizes are relatively larger in small children. In a child without headaches, seizures or major organ deformities, the head circumference is genetically determined and you will not be able to do much about it at four years of age. ...Read more

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My baby is 1 month old and her head circumference is 39cm should I be concerned?

My baby is 1 month old and her head circumference is 39cm should I be concerned?

So far, just enough: To have close monitoring by her pediatrician. That is in the above 90% range but checking for other sign and progress is the correct action to take. I hope everything else seems okay so that this can be explained and/or addressed easily. Don't worry - just have a good full exam done. Best wishes to you and yours! ...Read more

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What does it mean if my daughter is in the 10th percentile for head circumference?

Population norms: Growth features including head circumferancee, length and weight have been collected over the years and publishes as basic guidelines for following growth in kids. The average of all would be at 50% while some would be on the larger or smaller size. The 10% means only that of 100 kids born on the same day, her head is larger than 10% but smaller than 90%. ...Read more

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My son is 2 months 2 weeks old his head circumference is 41 cm he weighs 14 lbs is that normal?

My son is 2 months 2 weeks old his head circumference is 41 cm he weighs 14 lbs is that normal?

Yes but. ..: It is difficult to measure HC exactly but those numbers are well within the normal range. Just enjoy playing and talking to your new child!! ...Read more

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I know a person's face can gain or lose weight, but is it possible for their head circumference also?

In adults no, unless: The bony skull itself becomes bigger, such as in acromegaly, a rare endocrine disorder, if really concerned see your doctor / endocrinologist, wish you wellness ...Read more

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My daughter is five months old now and her head circumference is 42cm, does it imply she has a big head?

No, it's 50th-75th: %ile, depending on use of the who or cdc growth charts. More important than size (within the normal range) is velocity of head growth, which reflects brain growth; i.e., is it ⬆ing rapidly, dropping off or following a growth curve? The aap recommends developmental surveillance with standardized screens at each check-up. See the aap healthy child app & firstsigns. Org for details. ...Read more

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My daughter head circumference was 33 centimeters at 3 weeks now its 36 centimeters at 1 month is that normal?

My daughter head circumference was 33 centimeters at 3 weeks now its 36 centimeters at 1 month is that normal?

Many variables: Heads/Brains grow rapidly at this age but growth isn't the only variable when considering head circumference. The measurements could vary if it wasn't taken exactly the same way. When you follow up for the 2 month visit, your Pediatrician will plot another measurement on a growth curve and compare it to prior records. As long as your baby is feeding/acting/developing normally, I wouldn't worry. ...Read more

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What does it mean if a baby's head circumference percentile drops from 90 to 75 at 5.5 months? Does it indicate intelligence levels?

What does it mean if a baby's head circumference percentile drops from 90 to 75 at 5.5 months? Does it indicate intelligence levels?

Head size: My first thought is technique and is a measuring error. That's the most likely. I would get it measured again and monitor it over the next few weeks to see if it is real or to watch the trend. Premature closure of the soft spot is a possibility which is fixable. Lower IQ would be unlikely. Talk to your doctor and let him know your concern and work together. ...Read more

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My 18mo son is always on the lower end of percentiles, except head circumference. Is this an indication of his future height and weight?

My 18mo son is always on the lower end of percentiles, except head circumference. Is this an indication of his future height and weight?

Hard to say: The best predictor of how a male is growing and where they will end up is their parents. Final height is expected to be the average height of the parents plus 2.5 inches. Body frame and muscularity also tracks as a blend of both parents, with more features contributed by the parent of the same sex.Since I do not have any details, the answer must remain very general. ...Read more

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Hi my 9 week old sons head circumference measures 16 inches he weighs 11pounds 8ounces, is that in the normal range for head measurement.

Head circumference: A head circumference of 16 inches at 9 weeks places him at the 95% for his age and sex. This is considered normal. I don't have a height, but his weight is about the 85%, so it seems from that he is generally a big boy. The more important factor, however, is interval growth from visit to visit. If he's always been at the 25% and suddenly is at 95%, that's more concerning than if he is always 95%. ...Read more