@crnathanaeld17 asked 1 month ago.

How much does the head circumference increase per month from 4 to 6 months of age?

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@mimmulirrex answered 2 weeks ago.

All baby head sizes increase by about 0.5 inches per month from age 4-6 months. If your baby's head size is still in the lower 10% at 6 months, it may indicate that your baby is not getting enough nutrition or he may have a health problem.
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@zedozyttenna answered 2 weeks ago.

The head circumference increases about 1 centimetre per month from four months to six months. This means that if a child has a head circumference of 50 centimetres at four months of age, it should be about 51 centimetres at five months and about 52 centimetres at six months of age.
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@oddipessep answered 2 weeks ago.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the average head circumference of a 6-month-old baby is 15.6 to 16.5 inches.
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@efawuddemm answered 2 weeks ago.

The head circumference of a 4 month old baby is between 14.5-16.5 cm. The head circumference of a 6 month old baby is between 16.5-19 cm.
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@ussokurry answered 4 weeks ago.

The circumference of the head is measured in centimetres. The average increase for the head circumference for babies is 25.8 cm from 4 to 6 months of age.
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