Here is the link for all the growth percentiles for breastfed babies: http://www.who.int/childgrowth/standards/chart_catalogue/en/index.html
Print them out and bring them with you. Remember that a baby's individual curve of growth is what is important. Being in the 95% percentile for height simply means the baby is taller than the average baby, NOT healthier. In a group of 100 babies, such a baby would be taller than all but 5. A baby in the 3% percentile for weight is simply a light boned slender baby, not sickly or needing to be fattened. Slender babies follow the same curve TYPE as heavy rolly babies. Some babies are petite and linebackers but most are between. The only concern is when growth STOPS and the baby is sickly or not meeting milestones, and is off their own curve significantly.
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