my baby is 9 months old.. his birth weight is 2. 940kg... now he is 7. 4 kg... is it normal.... but frnds said looking like lobby... consult dr to increase weight... but he is very active only... what can i do for increase his weight... any drops.. i gave multi vitamins and vitamin d drop....

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Updated on Apr 04, 2018

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Answer:
the weight of the baby seems fine. There is no absolute weight for the babies below one year of age which is considered healthy. There is a range of weight and generally birth weight of the baby is considered. The baby should be consistently gaining weight. If the baby doubles her birth weight by 5 months and triples by one year, it means the weight gain is good. You can read the following blog as well https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/a-guide-to-infant-weight-gain/622

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