“Startling Weight of Eight-Month-Old Baby Girl Causes Concern Among Doctors”

Doctors are puzzled by the weight of eight-month-old Chahat Kumar from Punjab, India, who currently weighs a whopping 38lbs – the same as an average four-year-old. Although she was born at an average weight, Chahat started ballooning in size at just four months old. Her excessive weight gain has left doctors scratching their heads.

 Doctors have been left baffled by obese tot Chahat Kumar from India who weighs 38lbs

Doctors are puzzled by the case of Chahat Kumar from India, a toddler who is significantly overweight at 38 pounds. This situation has left medical professionals confused and searching for answers.

 Eight-month-old Chahat started ballooning in size at the age of four months

At the age of four months, Chahat began to balloon in size and now at fifteen months old, she has become quite a sensation. Credit goes to Barcroft Media.

 Her parents, including mother Reena (pictured) are baffled by what is causing their daughter's insatiable appetite

The parents, including Chaha’s mother Reena (pictured), are puzzled by the cause of their daughter’s insatiable appetite. Now, the baby weighs in at 2.7 stones – the same as an average four-year-old. Chaha’s father, Suraj Kumar, 23, said: “When Chaha was born, she was completely normal. Then, slowly we saw that her weight was shooting up. Her weight is increasing day by day.” The parents are becoming concerned about her health due to her endless hunger.

 The tot seen with her parents, Reena   Suraj Kumar, at her house

Reena Suraj Kumar was seen relaxing with her parents at her home. Photo credits go to Barcroft Media.

 Chahat also suffers from abnormally hard skin which has made taking blood samples to analyse her condition more difficult

Chahat is experiencing an abnormal skin condition that is making it challenging to take blood samples to analyze her condition.

 Her parents say she keeps eating all the time and if they don’t give her anything to eat, she starts crying

According to Chahat’s mother, Reena (21), her parents are concerned about her daughter’s constant eating habits. If they don’t give her anything to eat, she starts crying. Reena, who lost her first baby during childbirth, is worried about Chahat’s health. She estimates that Chahat eats four times the amount of a normal-sized child her age. Chahat cries to go out, but her weight is too much for them to carry her, so they only take her to nearby places.

 Chahat’s parents deny that her extreme weight gain has anything to do with her upbringing

Chahat’s parents strongly deny that her significant weight gain is related to her upbringing.

 The family lack the funds needed to travel further afield for more advanced medical treatment

The family doesn’t have enough money to travel farther for more advanced medical treatment.

 Chahat is much bigger than other babies her age

Chahat is significantly larger than other babies her age, and her parents deny that her extreme weight gain has anything to do with her upbringing. According to Chahat’s father Suraj, “It’s not our fault. God gave this condition to her. It’s not in our hands. I feel bad when some people laugh at her for being fat.” Due to her excessive weight, Chahat is now experiencing problems with both her breathing and sleeping, and her condition has even baffled the family’s local doctor in Punjab.

 Reena estimates that Chahat eats four times the amount of food of a normal-sized child her age

According to Reena’s estimation, Chahat consumes four times the amount of food a typical child her age would eat.

 The family say they feel bad when people laughs at her for being fat

The family expressed their disappointment and sadness when people make fun of their daughter for being overweight. Unfortunately, Chahat also suffers from an abnormally hard skin condition, which makes taking blood samples for analysis more difficult. The family does not have enough funds to travel for advanced medical treatment. Reena explained that they do their best to ensure that Chahat gets well, but the problem lies with her skin as doctors have failed to take a sample from her body. Dr. Vasudev Sharma, the Kumars’ doctor, confirmed that difficulty in taking blood samples has made medical diagnosis very challenging.

 The family's doctor, Dr Sharma, is certain that Chahat’s growing size needs to be addressed

The doctor who takes care of the family, Dr. Sharma, is convinced that Chahat’s growing size requires attention.

 Due to the excessive weight the baby is now experiencing problems

Due to the excessive weight, the baby is facing health issues. The doctor stated that this is the first time he has encountered a case where a child’s weight has been rapidly increasing four to five months after birth. However, the blood test could not be carried out properly due to the baby’s excessive body fat. Despite multiple attempts, the baby’s condition cannot be diagnosed as her skin is too hard. Dr. Sharma has recommended that the family visit a Pediatric specialist at the Civil Hospital in Amritsar, but financial constraints have made it impossible for them so far.

 Mum Reena dreams of her daughter having a brighter, lighter future

Reena, the mother, envisions a future for her daughter that is filled with brightness and positivity. She dreams of a future where her daughter’s prospects are bright and promising. Photo credit goes to Barcroft Media.

 Her family say they want Chahat to be able to play like normal kids

The family wants Chahat to have a normal childhood and be able to play like other kids. However, Dr. Sharma is certain that her excessive weight gain needs to be addressed. He suggests that she eats less as she eats like a 10-year-old. While the family continues to search for answers, Chahat’s mom dreams of a brighter, lighter future for her daughter. It’s alarming to see a morbidly obese baby girl weighing in at nearly a stone at just eight months old. This has caused concern among the doctors who are urging the family to take action when the child is not even a year old yet.

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