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Mother S Birth Weight High
Pneumonia: Get the child a good pediatrician to deal with the problem. Might also need a pediatric cardiologist but the pediatrician can advise that if needed. ...Read more
My baby weighed 8 lb 12 oz at birth . Doctor said she is 4%.less than her birth weight. How much does she weigh ???
96% of her birth Wt: A baby who is 4% less than birth weight is now about 96% of her birth weight (100% - 4% = 96%). Doing some simple math... 0.96 x 8.75 pounds = 8.4 pounds. That would be the same as 8 pounds 6 ounces. ...Read more
I have 8 weeks baby.His weight has decreased from his birth weight. I have nt been producing sufficient milk for baby.Should I go for formula feeding.
Statistics: Most human development parameters exist with a range of data over the whole population, and a bell curve is usually the shape of such data. So plotting birth weight will produce, for a given age, a range of weight, height, head size, length, etc. A bell curve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is 10th month starting her weight is 6.2 kg .her birth weight is 2.42kg is ot nomal weight?
Overall pattern: is good. The birthweight is SMALL but has doubled in 10 months. will need CLOSE pediatric attention with under 5kg delivery weight ! ...Read more
SGA and breastmilk: All the available data suggests that small for gestational age newborns benefit from exclusive breastfeeding . Not only these babies gain more weight with exclusive breastfeeding their IQ will also be higher compared to infants who were given infant formula. Check pediatrics june of this year. ...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
Mom is 5'4 gave birth to a 5.10 pds baby. Mom Gained roughly 22 pds. Is baby in danger to any probs bc of low birth weight? He looks VERY tiny
My daughter has13 months with chd and she is 6 months post glenn shunt. Her birth weight was 3.6 kg and now she is 7.9kg. Iis it normal? What can I do?
It's a bit low.: This is a bit low for her age, but if she is gaining and following an upward curve, then i wouldn't worry too much about it. Please ask her cardiologist if he or she thinks she is growing well and, if not, to see if there is some reason (e.g., heart failure from av valve or neo-aortic valve leakage) for poor growth. Also, if it’s a problem, you can work with a nutritionist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it normal for baby to gain more than 1 kg per month with breastfeeding? Or To be above 6 kg for 2 month old baby, (birth weight 3670 gr)
Healthy wt gain.: Ideally, an infant should gain a minimum of 200 grms or about 7 oz a week, but weight gain more than that is common, especially with breast feeding but can also be seen with formula feeding. An infant with BW 3.67 kg would be expected to be more vigorous with feeding and you are providing ample nourishment. Weight gain will often slow down after 9 months, so current weight over 6 kg is ok. ...Read more
Birthweight: your baby is still below the 5th percentile for weight which is where she started. She has increase her weight nearly 2.6 time since birth. She will take some time to v=catch up. if we knew her length and head circumference we could make a better determination. ...Read more
Moving target: This is one of those things that goes up on a curve, so you have to examine the weight and gestation age to determine if your child is too small. Risks from low birth weight include increased risk of infections, bleeding in the brain, and respiratory problems, just to name a few. ...Read more
Generally speaking..: A baby, full term and healthy, will double their birth weight in 5-6 months. ...Read more
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