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Firstly height and weight development of male and female babiesNote that there are slight differences in the development of each baby is unique. If you think your baby has a deficiency or excessive excess according to the table below, we advise you to consult your doctor.
Remember, your baby's birth length and weight may vary depending on the week of birth.
If you have given birth in the 40th week, your baby should be between 48-52 cm tall and weigh around 3000 grams.
What are the average height and weight of male infants?
Most mothers wonder about their baby's development process Is my baby normal? Is my baby's normal weight? How is the development according to the month? consideringheight and weight index in male infants table.
As you can see in the table, baby weight gain varies by month. Because each baby is special and each baby is different.
You can ensure your baby to eat healthy by giving only breast milk for the first 6 months.
Do not forget! Breast milk is the ideal food for your baby for the first 6 months. Even a drop of breast milk is a miracle for your baby
Baby Boy Month Month Weight and Height Ratio
|Lowest Length||Highest Height||Lowest Weight||Top Weight|
|1 month old||51 cm||60 cm||3000 gr||5750 g|
|2 Months||53 cm||63 cm||3600 gr||6600 g|
|for 3 months||55 cm||65 cm||4150 g||7500 gr|
|4 Months||57 cm||68 cm||4600 gr||8250 g|
|5 months old||58 cm||70 cm||5100 g||9000 gr|
|6 month old||60 cm||73 cm||5500 gr||9600 g|
|7 months||62 cm||75 cm||6000 g||10200 g|
|8 months||63 cm||77 cm||6300 g||10900 g|
|9 Months||65 cm||79 cm||6700 gr||11300 g|
|10 Months||66 cm||80 cm||6950 g||11900 g|
|11 Months||68 cm||82 cm||7200 g||12200 g|
|12 Months||69 cm||83 cm||7450 g||12500 g|
What are the average height and weight in girls?
Is my baby's normal weight? to mothers who wonder height and weight table for baby girls We have prepared. You can check whether your baby's weight is normal for the month by examining the table below.
Your baby may fall back to the birth weight in the first month. In this case, do not worry about losing weight, your baby may swell after birth, even if small, may experience weight loss.
Most mothers are tired of this situation is insufficient milk. But it is wrong to think so. If you are eating enough and balanced, the energy you need to get from high quality sources is very likely milk is sufficient for your baby. For more information about breastfeeding, please visit our breastfeeding guide.
Baby Girl Moon Month Weight and Height Ratio
|Lowest Length||Highest Height||Lowest Weight||Top Weight|
|1 month old||50 cm||59 cm||2950 g||5400 gr|
|2 Months||52 cm||62 cm||3500 gr||6400 g|
|for 3 months||54 cm||65 cm||4000 g||7200 g|
|4 Months||56 cm||68 cm||4500 gr||8000 gr|
|5 months old||57 cm||70 cm||5000 g||8700 gr|
|6 month old||59 cm||72 cm||5400 gr||9250 g|
|7 months||61 cm||73 cm||5800 gr||9800 g|
|8 months||62 cm||75 cm||6150 g||10350 g|
|9 Months||63 cm||77 cm||6500 gr||10800 g|
|10 Months||64 cm||79 cm||6750 g||11200 g|
|11 Months||65 cm||80 cm||7000 gr||11200 g|
|12 Months||66 cm||81 cm||7200 g||12000 g|
If Your Baby's Weight Is Low;
Dear mothers, your baby may have lost weight. First of all, I will ask you not to worry and to sit back and continue reading the suggestions.
First 6 months breast milk you have to give. If the baby can not get breast milk for various reasons formula food should be fed with. Grade 6 additional nutrients but until the age of 2, your baby's main meal is still breast milk. Additional foods are your baby's snack.
You can visit our 6-month baby feeding article to learn more about supplementary foods.
First, you should learn why your baby's weight is low. You can proceed by observing your baby and consulting the doctor who follows your baby's development.
If your baby is not an appetite for this reason can not gain weight, watching low; First of all, remind yourself that your baby will eat when hungry and will not die of hunger.
Every baby's appetite is different. Some babies eat smaller amounts and are more selective. You should make eating fun for your appetite-free baby. But that doesn't mean eating with television or commercials.
You can prepare her amusing plates to transform your food into a fun meal. You can talk about things your baby will love while eating.Attention! Make sure that your baby is lacking zinc and iron. Zinc and iron can cause anorexia.
We do not recommend giving your baby appetite-enhancing syrups. Syrups that increase appetite may cause allergies in some babies. Do not use without consulting your doctor
Anorexious baby Feed a little but self. Try to give nutritious nutrients. Keep away from empty sources of energy. It's wrong to give unhealthy food to your baby to lose weight. You can make nourishing recipes for your baby at home yourself.
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If your baby is overweight;
The fact that the baby is overweight often means that you have fed well in our community. It's not really true, because;In the researches; most of the various diseases such as diabetes, coronary heart diseases and some types of cancer in adults are related to malnutrition habits in childhood.
First of all, you should observe why your baby is gaining weight. Where's he doing it wrong? or being done?
Your baby will take you as an example in nutrition. your baby healthy to gain the habit of nutrition You should be a guiding guide for
Try to keep your baby away from empty energy sources and junk food. Be careful about forbidden foods before the age of 1 year.
Remember that your baby will not be able to taste any food unless you introduce it!
If your baby is less than 1 year old, try to make the food unsalted and if it is more than 1 year old, less salty. sugar empty energy supply and that your baby doesn't need sugar at all. Instead of sugar, you can give nutritious foods like molasses.
Finally, I recommend that you learn how to feed your baby by month and seek help from an expert.
If you would like to learn about your baby's development month by month, we recommend that you check out our baby development articles month by month.
- Click here to read our 1st month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 2nd month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 3rd month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 4th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 5th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 6th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 7th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 8th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 9th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 10th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 11th month baby development article.
- Click here to read our 12th month baby development article.
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