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10-Month-Old Baby Weighs As Much As A Fourth Grader
13 November 2017, 07:39 | Silvia Roy
Father Mario said it is becoming difficult to lift or hold his son because of his weight
Lius' family is now facing several difficulties raising the child as the doctors have considered giving him hormonal treatment, which include injections that cost $555 per shot, despite his father earning just $200 per month, Daily Mail reported.
Mexico leads the world in childhood obesity and diabetes, and Gonzales is an extreme example of this unwelcome distinction.
At birth he weighed 3.5 kilos, about the same as his brother Mario, who is nearly three but is now dwarfed by his baby brother.
By the age of two months, he weighed 10kg. Over the next eight months he gained a staggering 18kg (40lbs).
His mother said he was born weighing around 8 pounds, but that they noticed his rapid weight gain when he was about one month old.
The family has set up a Facebook page and bank account to try and raise funds needed for Gonzales' medical care. Also, his parents can barely carry him around, so they need to take turns when they need to hold him. This left the family with plenty of financial issues, as a shot costs them around $555.
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