What is the size of my baby during week 35?


At 35 week the fetus is about 18-19 inches long and weighs about 5 pounds. All the organ systems are developed and beginning to function. Because of the fetus’ increased size, there may be a slight change in activity patterns as the space for fetal flips and total position changes is limited. However fetal movement still is present. The main activity for the remainder of the pregnancy is for the fetus to gain weight to provide the fat stores needed to maintain body temperature in the extra uterine environment following birth.

At this point, your baby has developed most all of its physical characteristics, and is filling up your uterus like never before. At week 35, your baby is most likely around five and a half to six pounds. That's about the weight of a honeydew melon! On top of that, your baby can stretch to more than 18 inches in length.

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