Donna gives birth to a 6 kg baby

A “medical miracle”: this is how the doctors of the Dahme-Spreewald clinic in Koenigs Wusterhausen, in Brandenburg (Germany), defined the case of the 41-year-old woman who gave birth to a newborn weighing almost 6 kg. To be precise, the little one, when he was born, weighed 5,760 g and was 58 cm tall.

The child has five siblings, all born larger than the norm, that is with a weight that was around 3.5 kg for a height of 50 cm. Their mother, it is important to say, is not overweight and this is where there is the "miracle": the female anatomy, in fact, is not predisposed to parts of this entity, especially if the woman is of average constitution.

See also:
The puerperium
Going home after giving birth
Baby's first days of life. How to live them serenely?
How to handle the baby's crying

See also Surrogacy: When another woman gives birth to your baby