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Is your child growing normally? 5 Ways to measure up

 Dr Himani Khanna
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Is your child growing normally 5 Ways to measure up

The time when your child is transiting from being a preschooler to becoming a school-going child (and a few years after that, say from 3 to 9 years) is the time to watch your child’s growth closely. This is when your child is learning to explore emotional separation, and is alternating between stubborn behaviour and cheerful compliance! Right? There is a lot going on inside-outside… and so it is all the more important for your child to feel physically confident and for that to happen – healthy growth is a must! Dr Himani Khanna, developmental pediatrician, tells you how to monitor your child’s growth…


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Jasmeetgrover

| Aug 14, 2017

my daughter is 12 year old she is very thin nd height is also. less according to other children what to do plz reply

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Uma Sharma

| Aug 12, 2017

My daughter's age is 3 years and 9 month. She is not growing properly

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Uma Sharma

| Aug 12, 2017

My daughter's age is 3 years and 9 month. She is not growing properly

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Zara

| Aug 10, 2017

my family knows horclicks since my mother was in her childhood i also give horclicks to my child

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Surabhi Chatterjee

| Aug 10, 2017

hi Ayesha this cud be becaus your child is registiering good growth... thus is little scientiefic but loved ut

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Shilpa

| Aug 10, 2017

nice info

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Ayesha

| Aug 10, 2017

My doctor had never measured head circumference should I request him to do so.... also there is no such issue with the growth of the child

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Sojal

| Aug 10, 2017

Thankyou for the insightful article as a mother I didnt know head circumference is a measure of growth

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puloma pandey

| Aug 10, 2017

Thanks for the blogs. I never knew these factors effects the development of the child.

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