How To Gain Weight At 2 Months Old Baby?
At night, I want to ask, my baby is almost 2 months old, when he was born 3.7 kg bb, but had time to drop dn smps this time he wants 2 months bb is still 3.6 kg, dy breastfeeding even he could not be separated, but as long as he was breastfed I fell asleep, the puff is too strong, so I have been giving this milk some time during breastfeeding, but the increase in BB is significant, are there any symptoms that I don’t know about? But from the RSL lab examination for urine, thank God everything is normal, what should I do? Thank you … (for the length of the baby and the normal head circumference, just the BB)
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your concern. Weight is indeed an important indicator to be considered in infants, because it has a big influence on their growth and development.
Regarding your child's condition, for all children under 6 months that is normal, in the sense that there is no physical disability, not being born prematurely or other illnesses, the actual consumption of exclusive breastfeeding alone is enough to meet nutritional needs and increase body weight. This has been confirmed by doctors through the world health organization.
So if breast milk is not enough to gain weight your child, there may be certain medical conditions that prevent it. That can be in the form of abnormalities in the digestive system structure, abnormalities of absorption, viral infections, nervous disorders and so on which we cannot confirm due to lack of information.
Therefore, we recommend that you check your child with a pediatrician, so that a thorough examination of his condition, a history of his health so far and your pregnancy history, as well as possible supporting examinations to narrow the possibility. With all this information, misunderstandings can be avoided and the best treatment can be given.
Meanwhile, still meet your nutritional needs as much as possible, pay attention to all the clinical signs that may be shown such as the form of stool, urine color, etc., avoid from sick people and cigarette smoke, and immediately consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.