Re: Totally freaked out! Help!
Was this on a bathroom scale, a baby scale, or a professional baby scale? Bathroom scales can be off by a lot, and many baby scales are also a little dodgy when it comes to measuring oz. If you really want to measure accurately you need a professional scale, and you need to weigh baby totally naked. Sometimes an apparent slow weight gain is the difference between a baby in a pee-filled diaper and a baby in a dry diaper.
Another thing that can affect weight gain is the fact that growth isn't always constant in all dimensions. Sometimes a a baby will spurt up in height and gain relatively less weight, or vice versa.
I agree with the PP: watch diaper output and see your pediatrician if you are concerned.
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