What Is a Normal Weight of a 5 Month Old Baby?

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The weight of a 5 month old infant is approximately 7.5 pounds. A girl child usually weighs lesser than a boy child. The weight of a 5-month-old baby depends on birth weight, breastfed status and growth patterns.
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A good way to assess your weight is to calculate your body mass index (BMI). BMI takes into account not just your weight, but also your height to indicate body fat. The goal for most people: a BMI that's over 18 and under 25.
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To accurately answer your question, I would need to know the child's height. However, overall, the average weight for a 5 month old baby would range between 12# - 15#
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Not Medical Advice: WHO Child Growth Standards for boys show that the average weight for a 5-month-old baby boy is approximately 7.5 lbs and 7 lbs for girls.
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A normal weight for a 16 month old male baby is about thirty
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