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How Much Should My 7 Week Old Baby Weigh
Normal range: The target weight for the average 4'7" girl at 9 is 70lb with a range of 65-77. ...Read more
About 3 pounds: The fetus weighs about 3 pounds (1.4kg) at 30 weeks gestation. He or she will gain about half a pound a week until week 38. ...Read more
7 lbs: There is no specific weight that is normal. The range for a full term newborn is 5 and 1/2 lbs to about 9 lbs. Otherwise the weight vary per age. More important than the actual weight is whether the baby is continuing to grow in the expected manner which follows the percentiles in the growth chart. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im 32 weeks. My baby weighs 5lbs.11oz. How much does the average baby weigh supposed to be at 32 weeks?
Enough to pee: As long as both you & baby are getting enough fluids that you need to urinate every 6 hours (baby usually every 4) then evrybodies doing fine.You get fluid value out of some foods so counting drinks is not helpful. ...Read more
Double birth weight: by 5 months. The average baby gains 5-7 ounces per week up to age 6 months and has doubled his birth weight. He will gain between 3-5 ounces per week after 6 months and triple his birth weight by 12 months. ...Read more
Depends: Like everything else about babies each one is an individual and has slightly different needs/wants. However, most 2 week olds will eat about 2-3 ounces every 2-3 hours. Keep in mind that this amount will be increasing each week as your baby goes through many growth spurts in the first 6 months of life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends.: Depending on your bone structure and how much muscle mass you have, a normal weight for your height could be anywhere from 105-130 lbs. Your doctor can look at your growth chart with you and can give you a better idea of what a healthy weight for you is. It's not healthy to be underweight or overweight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: In general, the most important thing is steady and consistent growth. The ideal weight for your baby at 10 months depends on his/her weight at 9 months. However, at 10 months, 95% of healthy infants will weigh between 8.05 & 11.65 kg for boys and between 7.4 & 10.65 kg for girls. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually unnecessary: Breast milk or formula is a balanced blend of fluid and nutrients that can supply babies nutritional needs for at least the first year. Supplemental water is usually unneeded but will not hurt in small amounts. As long as the kid wets every 6 hours extra fluids are unnecessary. ...Read more
My son was born on 9/16/15 weighted 8lbs 2ozs n now he's 7weeks and 3 days old weighting at 12lbs 4ozs. How much is he supposed to weight?
Hes is fine: Check this link http://www.cdc.gov/growthcharts/data/set1/all.pdfGet a more detailed answer ›
So he's not hungry: This seems obvious but it can be difficult, especially if they are being picky. A healthy 5 y/o won't starve, so if he's just occasionally picky, it's fine. There should be a small amount of meat, a decent amount of fruits and veggies during the day (about 1/2 cup or so at each meal), and some bread product, but not too much. If you're still not sure, or he's losing weight, discuss with your ped. ...Read more
A lot: There are several phases of sleep and one of the most important levels for maximum rest and renovation is delta phase. This is the deepest level of sleep in which hgh (human growth hormone) is released and in children provides one of the most potented hormones that naturally helps the body to grow and develop. This is why infants require so much sleep. ...Read more
I'm 33 wks preg and from scan baby weighs 2.7kg. I want a VBAC but my Dr. says I can if baby weighs below 3.5kg. How do I maintain baby's weight?
Quarter-pounder: At 16 wks of gestational age, the baby is still quite small--actually a bit less than 4 oz (less than a 1/4 pound). Most of the weight/size is actually amniotic fluid, placenta etc... The actual size of the guy/gal is very small--but grows more rapidly toward later in pregnancy. Maybe by 22-23 wks he/she will be a bout 1 pound. By 32-32 wks, maybe ~4lbs and by term of 40wks, 7.5 lbs. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too Broad a Question: This situation is very specific and has no general answer.It depends upon level of prematurity, birth weight, initial course of health and problems and many other factors.Much more info is needed.Feel free to use the consultation tool to further explore the problem. ...Read more
How much formula should my 7 week and 3day old baby should eat? How often? He has been eating 4ozs every 3 hours.
How much formula?: Babies tend to eat when hungry and will tell you. They then eat till they are full and will stop. The bigger they are the more they eat. You did not give your babies weight or height. Your Dr & team knows you and your baby best so discuss with them next visit or before if still worried. So till then feed baby till full. Repeat. ...Read more
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