2 Month Old Baby Weight?
My baby boy’s weight has reached 7.5 kg and height 62 cm, even though he is only 2 months 2 weeks old. She has been fully breastfed since birth. What’s the possible cause? What are the possible impacts on its growth? Thank you.
The weight and length of the baby's body will change with age. At the age of one to 6 months, the baby will gain about 2.5 cm per month and weight gain 140-200 grams per week. Body weight will continue to increase as long as the baby's nutritional intake is good.
At the age of 3 months, the baby's weight gain is about 113 grams per week, which will last until the age of 7 months.
At the age of 5 months, the baby's weight reaches 2 times the weight at birth. At the age of 11 and 12 months, the baby's weight reaches 3 times the weight at birth.
Exclusive breastfeeding should be given until the baby is 6 months old, which will be followed by the provision of complementary foods (MPASI).
To find out more about the baby's health condition, including if the baby is too overweight, try to see a doctor or pediatrician. So that a direct physical examination can be carried out and if necessary the doctor can suggest supporting tests such as blood tests to determine blood sugar levels. The doctor will provide the right treatment so that the baby's growth and development remains optimal.
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Normal baby weight benchmark
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