Baby service. Mass gain or underweight

BabyThe third stepSystemic checking of the newborn mass is required only in the case. If you still believe in insufficient quantity of the milk. But do not harass a part of a carefully weight a baby, the benefits it will bring: you are nervous, dramatically decreased a volume of milk.Weigh a baby regularly - any 30 days or every 2 weeks. If the gravity of a child causes you anxiety, weigh it weekly (but not every day!). All data is entered in a separate plate: a horizontal line comprise a weeks of his life, start with the month of birthday, in a vertical - the child's weightiness in grams (for example, weight baby at birthday 3700 grams - is the starting point of your chart).A healthy baby need gain mass from one-half to one kilogram per month or a minimum of 125 grams per 7 days. Children breastfed exclusively breastfed in the 1st months may gain weightiness more speedily. This is quite ordinary and even organic and alone shows that warm natural milk - best food for a newborn.Typically, of the 4-5 months of gaining weight curve newborn who exclusively breastfed are falling. If a curve of weight gain toddler enough polish, without abrupt jumps down, so a fresh milk, a quantity okay. Remember, during an illness, weightiness gain (and as well in progress) slows or stops, and only a few days of the recovery newborn will once again be put to program, and centimeters.  Mothers. Like posts:Child. ContraceptionNewbornMoms. Rickets in babiesNewbornFall thin hair later childbirthChild.

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