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    Any ideas local drs are puzzeled we start seeing specialist soon!
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    momaof6 posted:
    Hi I have a 6 month old little girl that was full term 6lb 10oz 22" she is now 9.63lb and 25". She is growing normally in height and head circumference however has not gained any weight in three months. She had trouble gaining weight at the beginning and had gone down to 6lb 1oz when she was two weeks old. My four boys all platued for around 5 month mark but only for a month. She is breastfeed, has no allergies (they ran tests), nurses 8x a day, has started solids and eats 2.5 jars with 6-8 tbs of oatmeal mixed in per day. Has any one else ever had this problem?
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    momaof6 responded:
    forgot to put she has hit all milestones. sits up, crawls, babbles, rolls over, grabs things ect.


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