Newborn attention. Weightiness gain or underweight

BabyThe third stepRegular checking of a newborn weightiness is needed only in the case. If you still believe in insufficient quantity of a milk. But do not harass a part of a carefully weighing a child, the benefits it will bring: you are nervous, dramatically decreased the volume of natural milk.Weigh a baby regularly - any month or each two weeks. If the gravity of the newborn causes you anxiety, weigh it weekly (but not any time!). All data is entered in a separate plate: a horizontal line incorporate the months of his life, start with the 30 days of birthday, in a vertical - the baby's weight in grams (for example, gravity child at birthday 3700 g - is a starting point of the chart).A healthy child must gain gravity from one-0.5 to one kg per month or a minimum of 125 g per week. Children breastfed exclusively breastfed in the first months may gain weight more speedily. This is quite rule and even organic and alone shows that breast milk - the best fresh food for the newborn.Typically, of the 4-5 weeks of gaining weightiness curve child who exclusively breastfed are falling. If a curve of mass gain toddler enough smooth, without abrupt jumps down, so your fresh milk, the quantity okay. Remember, upon an illness, weight gain (and also in evolution) slows or stops, and alone a few times of the recovery baby will once again be put to program, and centimeters.  Resembling posts:Intestinal dysbiosisNewbornCare of a newborn. Rickets in infantsBabyMoms. Rickets and Vitamin DBaby.



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