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Growth Chart
 DateAgeWeightLength
 10/09/20050 weeks7 lbs. 10 oz.21 inches
 10/12/20053 days7 lbs. 5 oz.21 inches
 11/10/20051 months10 lbs. 0 oz.21.75 inches
 12/14/20052 months12 lbs. 23 inches
 04/08/20066 months14 lbs. 7 oz.25.5 inches
 04/09/20069 months16 lbs. 12 oz.26.5 inches
 10/06/200612 months19 lbs. 11 oz.28 inches
 01/09/200715 months22 lbs. 5 oz.31 inches
 04/13/200718 months27 lbs. 5 oz.32 inches
 10/10/20072 years31 lbs. 12 oz.35.75 inches
 10/10/20083 years38 lbs. 40 inches
 
What Are Growth Charts?
Doctors use growth charts to compare a child's measurements with those of other children his age. This helps the doctors determine whether a child's growth is adequate. Boys and girls are plotted on different charts because their growth rates and patterns differ.

For both boys and girls there are two sets of standard charts: one for infants ages 0 to 36 months and another for children ages 2 to 18 years. The charts are a series of percentile curves that show the distribution of growth measurements of children from across the country.

 
Looking at the Charts
The new charts represent the most recently published (June 2000) standards for U.S. children. By plotting your child's measurements on these charts, doctors are able to compare your child's growth patterns with data collected on thousands of U.S. children. Remember that only those measurements that are obtained in your child's doctor's office or taken by another properly skilled person should be plotted. Home measurements are frequently inaccurate and can lead to faulty data.
 
For more information, please visit CDC.gov
 
 Boys Charts
 0 - 36 Months:Length-for-Age and Weight-for-Age
 0 - 36 Months:Weight-for-Length
 2 - 20 Years:Stature-for-Age and Weight-for-Age
 
 Girls Charts
 0 - 36 Months:Length-for-Age and Weight-for-Age
 0 - 36 Months:Weight-for-Length
 2 - 20 Years:Stature-for-Age and Weight-for-Age

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