Overview: The length and weight of the fetus on average

What is the normal fetal weight & height in 36 weeks of gestation? - Dr. Sapna Lulla (December 2018).

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How Your Baby Grows From Week To Week

From early pregnancy, babies grow at different rates, so the following information is only averages. The actual length and weight of your baby may vary greatly. Do not worry if an ultrasound scan shows that your child is much smaller or taller. (Your doctor will tell you if there is any concern about the size of your baby). When fully grown, your baby can weigh only 2500 grams or more than 4500 grams.

If you have a question about our calculations, read our article ""How BabyCenter Calculates Your Pregnancy Week.""

Week 8 through Week 20: Peak to Rump Measurement

Until week 20, peak to rump (crown-rump length, SSL) is measured. Your gynecologist may also call it CRL, derived from the English word crown-rump-length. This is done because the baby's legs are close to the body during the first half of pregnancy and are therefore difficult to measure.

Pregnancy

week

Length (cm) Weight (g) This is what your baby looks like now (graphic and ultrasound image)
8 weeks 1, 6 cm 1 gram Fetal development at week 8
9 weeks 2, 3 cm 2 grams Fetal development at week 9
10 weeks 3, 1 cm 4 grams Fetal development at week 10
11 weeks 4, 1 cm 7 grams Fetal development at week 11
12 weeks 5 , 4 cm 14 grams The fetal development at week 12
13 weeks 7,4 cm 23 grams The fetal development at week 13
14 weeks 8, 7 cm 43 grams Fetal development at week 14
15 weeks 10, 1 cm 70 grams Fetal development at week 15
16 weeks 11, 6 cm 100 grams The fetal development in week 16
17 weeks 13, 0 cm 140 grams The fetal development in week 17
18 weeks 14.2 cm 190 grams The fetal development in week 18
19 Weeks 15.3 cm 240 grams The fetal development in week 19
20 weeks 16.4 cm 300 grams The fetal development in week 20

Week 20 until birth: measurement from crown to heel

From about 20 weeks the total length from top to heel is given. Your gynecologist may also call it CHL, derived from the English word crown-heel-length.

Pregnancy

week

Length (cm)

Weight (g) What your baby looks like now (graphic and ultrasound image) 20 weeks
25, 6 cm 300 grams The fetal development in week 20 21 weeks
26, 7 cm 360 grams The fetal development in week 21 22 weeks
27, 8 cm 430 grams Fetal development at week 22 23 weeks
28, 9 cm 501 grams Fetal development at week 23 24 weeks
30 , 0 cm 600 grams The fetal development in week 24 25 weeks
34, 6 cm 660 grams The fetal development in week 25 26 weeks
35.6 cm 760 grams The fetal development at week 26 27 weeks
36.6 cm 875 grams The fetal development at week 27 28 weeks
37, 6 cm 1005 grams The fetal development in week 28 29 weeks
38, 6 cm 1153 grams The fetal development in week 29 30 weeks
39, 9 cm 1319 grams The fetal Ent Development in week 30 31 weeks
41, 1 cm 1502 grams The fetal development in week 31 32 weeks
42, 4 cm 1702 grams Fetal development at week 32 33 weeks
43.7 cm 1918 grams The fetal development at week 33 34 weeks
45.0 cm 2146 grams The fetal development in week 34 35 weeks
46.2 cm 2383 grams The fetal development in week 35 36 weeks
47.4 cm 2622 Gram The fetal development at week 36 37 weeks
48, 6 cm 2859 grams The fetal development at week 37 38 weeks
49, 8 cm 3083 grams The fetal development at week 38 39 weeks
50, 7 cm 3288 grams The fetal development in week 39 40 weeks
51, 2 cm 3462 grams The fetal development at week 40 41 weeks
51, 7 cm 3597 grams The fetal development in week 41 Do not forget our free app to download daily i get interesting information about your pregnancy.""My Baby Today"" gives you all the expert-tested answers you need - always at hand!

Sources

The information in these tables is based on the following sources:

Doublet PM, Benson CB, Needle AS, and others: ""Improved birth weight table for neonates developed from gestation dated by early ultrasonography."" Journal of Ultrasound Medicine. 16: 241, 1997.

Hadlock FP, Shah YP, Canon DJ, and others. ""Fetal crown rump length: Reevaluation of relation to menstrual age with high resolution real-time US Radiology."" 182: 501, 1992.

Usher R, McLean F. ""Intrauterine growth of live-born Caucasian infants at sea level: Standards obtained from measurements in 7 dimensions of infants born between 25 and 44 weeks of gestation."" Pediatrics. v. 74, 1969.

Wigglesworth JS. Perinatal Pathology, Second Edition. W. B. Saunders Company. 1996. page 24.

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