Your baby is approximately 18 inches and 5 1/2 pounds. View : http://3dpregnancy.parentsconnect.com/calendar/35-weeks-pregnant.html for more information.
When one is 35 weeks pregnant, one can expect to gain about 25 to 29 lbs in weight. The baby should be moving downwards towards the pelvis region at 35 weeks pregnancy.
. Because you are actually 35 weeks . Because the baby is very big . Because you have a lot of amniotic fluid . Because you were measured wrong . Because you are having twins or more
They say around your 35th week a baby should weigh around 5 1/4 pounds....Hopefully this will help Varies so much from baby to baby. Our baby was born at 35 weeks weighing 2.5kg which was considered a good size for this gestatation.
It is impossible to say. An ultrsound at this stage can only say that your baby is an AVERAGE of 35 and a half weeks. You may have a small full-term baby or a big 33 week baby as babies vary so much in size at this stage.
I think that you should see a doctor first and get everything checked out.
It is generally safe to go for delivery by 36 weeks. When indicated like in preeclampsia, you may go for delivery at 35 weeks. You may have to put the baby in premature baby unit to give that extra care.
In cases of Fetal Growth Restriction it is better for the baby to be delivered at 35 weeks, than to remain pregnant and possibly face further restriction or loss.
facts say between 35 to 40 weeks the baby will be fully form and will have rights as a human being
They are baby size so I would hardly call them big.