How Big Is a 24 Week Fetus?

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A 24-week fetus measures 11.81 inches in length from the crown to the heel. The fetus weighs approximately 1.32 pounds. By this time, the fetus straightens up a bit enabling physicians to measure the fetus from the top of the head to the heel.
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A twenty two week old fetus can weigh in between 12 ounces and 1 full pound. The baby will be kicking by this point, where you can actually feel it.
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At 24 weeks the fetus weighs more than 1.3 pounds and is about 11.8 inches long. At
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It is just over one pound and about 12 inches in length. (about the size of a large ear of corn)just fatter.
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Fetus development at 34 weeks can vary greatly. According to What To Expect, the average weight and height for a healthy fetus at 34 weeks is about 5 pounds and possibly 20 inches
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