Your baby has likely reached his birth weight of somewhere between 6 and 9 pounds, about a third of which is accounted for by his head. Congratulations! At 39 weeks pregnant, you’ve got what is officially considered a full-term baby. Your baby now weighs around 7 to 8 pounds and measures 19 to 21 inches.
How big is your belly at 39 weeks? It’s week 39 and you’re in the homestretch now. Good news for your very-stretched out belly — and your larger-than-ever baby, since it’s pretty crowded inside there. It helps that your baby’s just about done growing, weighing in at 7 or 8 pounds (or maybe even heavier) and measuring up at 19 to 21 inches.
How many months pregnant at 39 weeks of pregnancy? Yep, 39 weeks pregnant is nine months pregnant. Next week, you’ll wrap up this final month of pregnancy and reach your due date (that is, if you don’t go into labor this week). This is exciting!
What’s the average size of a baby at 37 weeks? So your baby’s overall rate of growth is as important as the actual size. On average, a baby at this stage is about 18.5 inches and weighs close to 6 pounds. The brain has been developing rapidly. Lungs are nearly fully developed. The head is usually positioned down into the pelvis by now. Your baby is considered at ‘term’ when he is 37 weeks.
How big is your baby at 13 weeks? 13 weeks: Your baby is about the size of a peapod Your little peapod is now almost 3 inches long from head to bottom and weighs nearly an ounce. Read more about what’s happening at 13 weeks pregnant. 14 weeks: Your baby is about the size of a lemon