The average weight of a female pug who is 7 months old is roughly around 10-14LBS.
The average weight for a four month old beagle is around 7 pounds. This breed of dog tends to grow very fast.
yes because the fetus has the the capabilities to survive. He/ she had viability to live.
About 16-18 lbs.
2 to 3 kilos
an average 7 pound baby would weigh 17 to 18 pounds by the 7 the month but that is only if the baby is average when born 7 pounds you should research to make sure.
That is backwards. A baby has a better chance of survival the longer the fetus can proceed in the pregnancy, e.g. 9 months. So an 8th month fetus has a far better chance than a 7 or 8 month fetus.
My son is 17lbs 11ozs and 26 inches long.
The average weight of a 7 year old is about 40-50 lbs.
the average weight for a 7 year old youngner is about 50 pounds
wow is all have o say lol y wait 7 months to decide that you dont want it
A seahorse is usually around 7 ounces to 1 pound in weight, ( that is an average weight.)
what is the average weight for a 7 year old boy
height 26 inches. weight 15 lbs. Edit (by different user): Ummm... No. Definitely not! 15lb would make the child at the lower spectrum of a 7 month old's weight (ie. around the 5th percentile!!) By percentile, an "average" length would be 68cms, but the weight should be around 9 kilograms (or thereabouts - 19lb 13oz ish) 15lb is the average weight of a 3 1/2 to 4 month old. These updated averages are based on the 50th percentile markers as used by paediatric nurses and doctors in Australia, and are endorsed by the A.P.E.G
I have a 6 month old huskita and she weighs 36KG!
well since i been doing research on fetuses, my girlfriend is pregnant i believe that a 7 month old fetus can survive preterm birth because of development, so does the 8 month old fetus, but i believe the 8 month old fetus can't survive because it was almost born, i guess. Personally, I haven't heard of this, and can't find it in any of the medical textbooks I have. An 8 month fetus has more chance of survival than a 7 month old fetus because it is more developed. The weeks just before full term birth, the baby is working on lung development. Neither than 7 month old nor the 8 month old has full lung capacity development... and actually the 7 month old hasn't even started much on this one. It really depends on any other complications that arise. If the 8 month fetus has more complications, say because of genetics or trauma besides the pre-term delivery, it would have a lesser chance of survival compared to a 7 month fetus that has little or no complications, either genetics or trauma. Both fetus are at risk for pre-mature illnesses and the normal complications that stem from being delivered early. In either case, medical technology has advanced quite far in these times. Both fetus have a chance for survival with various treatments, medications, machines, and procedures, depending on the needs of the preemie and the stage of development, as well as post-partum circumstances that arise. It is still true, however, that the further along you can carry the baby, the better chance of survival it has because it has been able to be more developed. This is why, if you are too early, and you have true labor pains, the doctor will give you medication to stop the labor and thus give the baby more time to develop in utero.
My golden retriever weigh 1.6kls in 1 month, 4kls in 2 months, 7 kls in 2 1/2 month and 11 kls in 3 months.
Only for serious health reasons in woman and fetus. Limit for viability is 24 weeks.
The average weight of a minke whale is between 7 and 10 metric tonnes.