Hey! I had that very same measurement at 28 weeks! My baby is measuring a bit big, but that's just because of her genetics (bother her father and I were very large, Nordic babies). Just because your baby is measuring big now doesn't necessarily mean that your baby will be above average in size when born, they may just have had a growth spurt at that time. Another thing is that with that your doctor or midwife is only measuring the fundal height of your uterus, which is not necessarily accurate for determining the actual size of a baby. If your care provider is concerned, he or she will order an ultrasound to see how things are shaping up in there.
at 1:56 PM on Nov. 18, 2008