What is the average weight for a full-term baby?
Answer: Around 3.5 kilograms, but this is dependent on gender, genetics, environment, maternal health and age, the baby's gestation and maternal ante-natal care and nutrition. Some conditions such as (maternal) diabetes and pre-eclampsia can certainly affect a baby's weight, which is why good ante-natal care is so important. Hope this helps. Cheers Jane
Answered: 29 Apr 2011