Weight Of Children Aged 7 Years Does Not Increase?
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Based on the CDC's recommendation, a 7-year-old girl is recommended to have a body weight of around 23kg with a height of around 122cm.
Weight and height are important to determine the nutritional status of a child, but there are some other things that must be considered and evaluated to state the nutritional status of a child and to determine it is highly recommended to be consulted further with a pediatrician who specializes in specifically dealing with child development and development problems .
The doctor will conduct a complete evaluation of your child's nutritional status and look for various factors that can cause your child's growth and development disorders and determine the best solution for your child's current condition.
It should be understood that drugs are not always needed to overcome nutritional problems in children, and if indeed the drug is recommended for use, the drug has been considered by doctors about the benefits and side effects that may result, which if recommended by a doctor, the benefits provided are much higher for your child compared to the possibility of side effects or if the drug is not given.
I hope this helps.