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Not gaining weight
My daughter is 15 mo old and has not been gaining weight for the last few months. She is at 9.5kgs. Her activity levels are good. But her body looks weak to us.
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Many factors can cause a child to gain weight at a slower pace. Accordingly breastfed babies may gain weight more slowly than bottle-fed babies in their early months, and some children have genes that cause them to gain weight at a slower pace than their peers. Taking your child to the doctor for regular check-ups will allow you to track his weight gain progress and give his doctor a chance to determine if your child might be at an unhealthy weight for his age...
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