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Childhood-diseases

Question
Posted by: zit | 2007/08/03

Q.

weight /weaning

my baby was born 3.5kg and has been gaining weight ok
almost 1000kg per month but now she is five months i took her
to clinic for daily check up and is weighing 7.6kg.
she is eating well good eater i guess,
like early morning takes formular milk then for breakfast
she has maiez porraidge,
lunch she takes rice mixed with tomatoes
(and sometimes with carrots or greens)
Supper she takes
rice too mixed with either tomatoes and carrots( sometimes greens)
.
In between meals she takes milk(s26) and water, and a fruit everyday.
she takes a banana purreed.
She just startd weaning now one month. she is teething too.
is there cause for alarm or i take it normal?

i remember my 6yrs old daughter was that weight when she
was 8months old. please advise i will appreciate.

Expert's Reply

A.

Paediatrician

Her weight is perfectly normal and is just slightly above the average for her age. There is nothing to worry about.

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Posted by: zit | 2007/08/04

i appreciate doc. thnks

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