Child. Weight gain or underweight

ChildThe 3-rd stepRegular checking of a baby gravity is needed alone in the case. If you yet believe in insufficient quantity of the milk. But do not harass a special weighing the newborn, the benefits it will bring: you are nervous, dramatically dropped the volume of milk.Weigh a child regularly - each 30 days or every two weeks. If the weight of a newborn causes you anxiety, weigh it weekly (but not any day!). All data is entered in a separate plate: a horizontal line involve your weeks of his life, beginning with a month of birthday, in a vertical - a baby's weightiness in grams (for example, weight newborn at birthday 3700 grams - is the starting point of the chart).A healthy child need gain weightiness from one-half to one kilogram per month or a minimum of 125 grams per 7 days. Infants breastfed exclusively breastfed in the 1st months may gain gravity more quickly. This is quite ordinary and even natural and only shows that warm natural milk - best food for a baby.Typically, after 4-5 weeks of gaining weightiness curve newborn who exclusively breastfed are falling. If the curve of weight gain toddler enough smooth, without abrupt jumps down, so your breast milk, a quantity okay. Remember, during an illness, mass gain (and also in progress) slows or stops, and alone a any days of the recovery baby will once again be put to program, and centimeters.  Similar posts:Baby 5 monthsChildNewborn service. May a nursing mother persimmonBabyChild leaving. Massage infantBaby.

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