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Mother gives birth to a girl weighing 13lb4oz

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A baby weighing almost a stone and measuring 22.6 inches long has been born in Germany.

Baby Jasleen arrived on July 26 and weighed a massive 13.47 pounds.

Babies her size are usually born via a caesarean section, she was born naturally.

http://www.dailymail...-C-section.html

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holy wack that had to hurt

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"OH MY LORD"!

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thats crazy i feel so much empathy for the female race

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I saw this on another site......wow

one of the comments was.... that's like giving birth to a three year old...ouch

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holy wack that had to hurt

No kidding, Sherlock....

:)

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How many kilos is that?

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She starts school next week!

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She starts school next week!

LOL! another epic from EL

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She starts school next week!

LOL...

:)

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And I thought my son was big at a little over 10 pounds! I had a C-section with him...can't even imagine delivering a 13 pound baby naturally *shudder*.

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And I thought my son was big at a little over 10 pounds! I had a C-section with him...can't even imagine delivering a 13 pound baby naturally *shudder*.

shudder indeed

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How many kilos is that?

60! :)

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How many kilos is that?

6.11kg

Damn i'm glad im a man. Have a look at the picture of the baby, that just does not seem possible. That's one tough woman!

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my daughter is 2 and she ways about 20 not far off

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scratch that just got corrected she weighs about 16-17

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that's not a baby, that's a goddam 'squatch!!

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Posted (edited)

Goodness me...That was almost a stone weight... My husbands grandfather was born - 14lbs ( 14 lbs = a stone ) ... I gave birth and my two weighed Becky - 8.14lbs Aaron 7.4lbs

My baby boy was really chubby for a while, until he took his first steps, and now is walking a lot more each day, he is always on his feet, outside playing, and he is not looking as chubby any more...

Edited by Beckys_Mom

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Babies her size are usually born via a caesarean section, she was born naturally.

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naturally?!

NATURALLY??!!

the woman must have a clunge like a welly top!

her poor, poor husband.....

:-o

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I gave birth and my two weighed Becky - 8.14lbs Aaron 7.4lbs

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twins BM....?

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6.11kg

Damn i'm glad im a man. Have a look at the picture of the baby, that just does not seem possible. That's one tough woman!

You can say that again. That's some heavy... baby. I wonder what the mother had eaten...

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Just read the article again and noticed this...

The mother, who gave birth at University Hospital in Leipzig, discovered she had a previously undiagnosed case of gestational diabetes which can lead to a larger than usual birth weight

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2381280/Mother-gives-birth-bouncing-baby-girl-weighing-13lb4oz-WITHOUT-C-section.html#ixzz2aa67nOTP

So that explains the huge baby... I was wondering why it was so big, and now its clear... They tested me along with everyone else for gestational diabetes when I was mid term pregnant with Aaron... After a few tests, they said my blood test were great and it was all clear, but another doctor insisted I had it regardless ..She claimed that although my pregnancy weight and the pregnancy was going great, I wasn't overly big at the time, but that I could all of a sudden develop gestational diabetes due to the fact that my last baby died so late in the pregnancy, apparently that is one of the reasons why I was tested...I just didn't understand...

Another doctor was stumped as to why I was still being tested after the all clear? . I gave birth to Aaron, and he was only just 7lbs4, and afterwards they took another test and Aaron and I were both clear..

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twins BM....?

No, Becky is 7 years old and Aaron is almost 15 months now..

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I wonder what the mother had eaten...

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everything by the sound of it Mikko!!

:-o

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Babies her size are usually born via a caesarean section, she was born naturally.

.

naturally?!

NATURALLY??!!

the woman must have a clunge like a welly top!

her poor, poor husband.....

:-o

I know, I cannot imagine trying to give birth to something so huge... I was in agony giving birth to Aaron at just over 7lbs, and it stung like a B£"%**$ lol

Aww poor baby, its not her fault, gestational diabetes happens more than we think, in fact I was told it was common for so many mothers...I hope all gets well and good from here on in...

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Posted (edited)

Aww poor baby, its not her fault, gestational diabetes happens more than we think,

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so, does that mean the baby was born with diabetes then, or the mother developed diabetes?

Edited by shrooma
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