Safe Weight Gain Tips for Underweight Kids
A child is considered underweight when her/his weight is below the normal weight expected for children of that age.
Children usually gain weight in proportion to their age and height or length.
More important than a child’s position on the growth curve – is her pattern of growth.
A sharp fall from the previous positions on the curve should worry you. A consistently low percentile reading is usually not something to be worried about if your doctor is happy with it.
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Reasons For A Child To Be Underweight?
What You Will Do to Gain child Weight