A mother recently encountered a question of puzzles: the baby was six pounds and eight pounds at birth, now ten days, weighing six pounds and two pounds, weighing and not rising but falling. Is it normal?
Moms can be said to be very concerned about the baby’s weight. If you heavy, you will be happy. If you are lighter, you will be frustrated. In fact, you do n’t have to be so nervous. As long as you feed properly, your baby ’s weight will definitely be normal.
My two treasures only grown 350g in the first month, but then I was 4 pounds. It was more than 15 pounds in 3 months. It was 22 pounds in 5 months.But he tall is more than 80, and it is actually developing normally.
When the baby was born, he weighed 6 pounds and 8 pounds, but he would "collapse water" in a few days.
When the baby is in the mother’s belly, it is soaked in amniotic fluid, the temperature is about 40 degrees, which is higher than that of our outside temperature. After the baby is born, the external environment is dry and the temperature is reduced.Decreased.
Newborn increases by 25-30g daily.However, due to insufficient intake and loss of moisture within one week after the birth of the newborn, temporary weight loss will occur during the discharge of fetal manure, and the skin evaporation, etc., and it is called a decline in physiological weight.About 3%-9%of birth weight, (up to 10%at most) gradually rise after the weight, and generally 7-10 will return to birth weight.Therefore, if the baby is born a few days after birth, you don’t have to worry too much.
Coupled with weak sucking ability, small appetite, less milk, and more sleep, the newborn baby will not grow, but it will decrease.When my two treasures were born, 6 pounds were 6 catties, 6 pounds and 6 pounds were discharged in 7 days, and 6 pounds and 7 pounds were 6 pounds at 13 days.
When the baby was born, it was the weight of the scale of the doctor’s hospital. After 13 days, it was the weight of the scale of their own scale. The types of these two scales were different, the accuracy was different, and naturally there would be errors.
The scale at home is generally not as accurate as the scale of the hospital, and generally does not directly call the baby’s weight. It is adults who hold the baby standing on the scales, saying the weight of the adult and the child, and then subtracting the weight of the adult.The method of peeled peeling is also very large.
In addition, factors such as how much baby wearing clothes, before and after defecation, and weighing time will affect the accuracy of weight. Therefore, it is normal for a few or two errors.
Actual measurement of weight:
Let the baby be empty for each test and row to urinate, otherwise it is easy to have errors with the net weight of the baby.In order to prevent the baby from getting cold, you can weigh on clothes and diapers when testing.
Test the weight of the baby once a month within 1 year.If possible, it is best to record the test results on the growth and development curve of the baby.
Newborn weight gain daily weight gain
"Zheng Yu Qiao Parenting Scripture-Baby Volume" says: For newborns (within 28 days), an average weight increases by 30-40g per day, an average of 200-300g per week, and an average weight increase of 600-1200g, but at the same time, individuals exist in individualsdifference.As long as the baby’s weight is doubled at 3 months, it means that it is normal.
Newborn weight gain every week: Babies who are born normally are about 2500-3999 grams when they are born.In the first three months, the baby’s weight increased by 180-200 grams per week, an increase of 150-180 grams per week in 4-6 months, and an increase of 90-120 grams per week in 6-9 months.The weekly increase of 60-90 grams.Calculated at multiple growth, the baby’s weight at 6 months is twice the birth at birth, about 3 times when the age of 1, about 4 times at the age of 2, and about 4.6 times when 3 years old.
Generally, babies will restore physiological weight for one week, and the baby’s weight increases rarely.Coupled with the errors between different scales, the error of the weighing method, and the effects of some comprehensive factors, the baby’s weight has not increased for the time being, and it is normal for the baby’s feeding.
Evaluation formula for infants and young children (World Health Organization) 1 to 6 months: Standard weight (KG) = birth weight (kg)+monthly age × 0.66 ～ 12 months: Standard weight (kg) = birth weight (kg)+monthlyAge × 0.51 years old: Standard weight (kg) = 8+age × 2 is generally normal at standard weight ± standard weight × 10%.
Tip: Due to the inconsistency of the reference organization standards, there may be a slight gap in the calculation of the data at the same time.
1. Maternal and baby health
The health of the mother or baby will directly affect the baby’s weight.When the mother’s milk is insufficient, or when the baby suffers from some diseases, the weight is prone to failure to meet the standard.And when the baby is too nutritious, the baby’s weight will naturally be overweight.If the baby does not have diseases such as jaundice, the number of bowel movements is small, and the weight growth is relatively fast.
So first look for the reason to see if there is a problem of breastfeeding and the baby’s poop many times. If it is normal, just wait patiently.If there is a problem on the one hand, solve the processing in time.
2. Sleep status
For babies who are growing and developing, sleep quality is crucial. Babies who have good sleep will grow faster and develop, and natural weight will grow.Therefore, parents want the baby to grow up, and it is necessary to create a good sleep environment.
3. calories intake
Breastfeeding babies, breastfeeding methods and breastfeeding times will affect the baby’s nutrition and calorie intake;
After a period of feeding for pure mother milk, parents should not rush to break breast milk if they find that their baby does not increase weight.Generally speaking, under reasonable feeding, the baby’s weight drops does not exceed 7%of the weight at birth, and breastfeeding can be adhered to.
Of course, after eliminating the factors of a decrease in physiological weight, if the baby’s weight decreases more than 7%of the weight at birth, it must be added.Studies of the American Academy of Pediatrics show that the weight loss exceeds 7%of the weight at birth, and the baby may have dehydration, acute malnutrition and other phenomena, thereby hurting the baby’s health.Therefore, mixed feeding.
Artificially fed babies, feeding time and number of times can also affect the intake of the baby’s calories, which will cause the baby’s weight abnormality.
In the end, if the baby is not long and weighs breast milk, and milk powder is long and weight, then it may be that breast milk or feeding methods can cause problems, which will cause this situation. After finding the cause of the cause, you can improve it.In addition, the non -normal decline in weight caused by diseases should not be delayed, and medical treatment should be treated in a timely manner.
4. Other factors
Mom does not pay attention to her care during pregnancy, which will also affect the baby’s weight growth.For example, the mother’s first birth age (before the age of 30, the baby’s weight will increase with the age, and the age will decrease with age after 31 years old); for example)etc.
The standard for weight growth in infants is a average of normal baby growth and development. If the baby’s weight growth is within this range, then the child’s growth and development are normal, but if the standard value is relatively large, then the child’s growth and development may exist.Doing a certain problem.As parents, we must pay attention to this standard value and try to make their children gain weight within the standard value range.
According to the results of children’s physical development surveys, relevant experts from the national authority departments have studied and formulated the "Reference Standards for the Growth and Development of Children under the age of 7". The standard has been officially announced on June 2, 2018.The development of boys and girls is different. Parents can refer to the following table data to see if the child’s height and weight are normal.
It should be noted that the following data is not an absolute standard. As long as the child’s height and body weight value is within the normal range, the body has no abnormal illness, and parents do not have to worry too much.
Explanation: "Medium number" means at the average level of the crowd; if "-1SD ~ medium ~+1sd" is: within a standard difference between the upper and lower standard deviations, it belongs to the "normal range" and represents 68 68%Of children; if "(-2SD ~ -1SD) or (+1sd ~+2sd)", that is: within the two standard deviations between the upper and lower standards of the median number, it is defined as "short (high)", which represents it represents it, which represents it, which represents it, which represents it, which means27.4%of children; if "(-3sd ~ -2sd) or (+2sd ~+3sd)" is: within the three standard deviations in the median number, it is defined as "short (high)", which represents 4.6 4.6%Of children.Few children are outside the three standard deviations (<-3SD>+3sd) (ratio less than 0.5%).
Boy: The average level of weight is: 4.51kg, and the normal range value is 3.99-5.07kg; if the weight is at 3.52 kg ~ 3.99kg, it is thin. If the weight is 3.09 kg ~ 3.52 kg, it is thin.If the weight is 5.07 kg ~ 5.67kg, it is partially fat. If the weight is 5.67kg ~ 6.33 kg, it is fat.
Baby girls: The average level of weight is: 4.2kg, and the normal range value is 3.74-4.74kg; if the weight is at 3.33 kg ~ 3.74kg, it is lean. If the weight is 2.98 kg ~ 3.33 kg, it is thin.If the weight is in 4.74 kg ~ 5.35kg, it is partially fat. If the weight is 5.35kg ~ 6.05 kg, it is fat.
It can be seen from this standard that the standard weight of the male baby is 6.6 pounds when the birth of the baby, and the standard weight of the female baby is 6.4 catties.After 1 month, the baby baby was 9 pounds, the weight increased by 2.4 pounds, the female baby was 8.4 pounds, and the weight increased by 2 pounds.In contrast to this standard data, have your baby reached the standard?