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Baby weight in 34 weeks pregnant
My baby weight is 2 kg and am 34 weeks pregnant is it normal?will baby weight will increase 2.6 kg in  next 3 weeks ?what should I do to increase my baby weight
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No need to worry Take good Protein diet with adequate rest.
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Don't worry Continue with supplements, good diet and protein powder
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Usually baby weight will increase more in the last trimester... So don't worry, take balanced diet and weight will increase
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Observations seem to be within normal limits.
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Regular ANCs is advisable
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Avoid anxiety and take healthy diet
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Do not worry . Things are normal and Weight will increase, you take care of your Diet.
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