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Baby weight 3.3 kg at 1 month
My baby was born 2.78 kgs and lost some weight in initial days, now my baby is 3.3 kg and 1 month old Do i need to worry about this or is it fine
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Hi Congratulations on the motherhood ..it is believed that babies gain about 15 to 20gram of weight per day in the first month. After losing a bit in the first week. So that is 450 grams to 600 grams per months. You child has gained 520 grams. So it's perfectly normal Regards Dr siddarth warad Dr BEAR clinic
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Congratulations on a wonderful motherhood period, you have done excellent, nourish your baby with breastfeeds and you tender love and care Weight gain is good continue the same.
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assuming this is your first baby, dont gv any gripewater or khada homemade rituals
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breastfeeds on demands
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Ma'am no need to worry
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Do not worry..just exclusively breast feed 2-3hrly burpwell keep warm
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