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    Default How Big Was Your Baby Thread # 2

    DS : 5lb 11oz (2.58kg) 49.5cm at 37 weeks, SROM
    DD: 6lb 9oz (2.98kg) 49cm at 36+3, induction due to PE
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    DS1: born at 40 weeks exactly, 2.910kg. 50cm length.

    DS2: born at 32 weeks 1.150kg due to IUGR. 37cm length.
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    Default How Big Was Your Baby Thread # 2

    DS
    37+5 weeks
    2.8kg ( 6 pound 3 ounces )
    52cm long
    33cm head circ

    6 months old
    8.2kg ( 18 pound 1 ounces )
    68cm long
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    DS 9p8oz at 38 wks (csection)

    DD 11pounds at 42 weeks (vbac!!)....ouch

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    Dd1 3010gm 39weeks
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    9lbs 6oz (4.25kg) born via c-sect at 38+5
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    Ds.. 40 weeks exact. 6lbs 2
    Dd ..:34 weeks. 5lbs 15 scheduled c section for 38 weeks she had other ideas and wanted out

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