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It is normal for babies to be born between 55 and 10 pounds

Admittedly, most babies born each year fall within the normal weight range and a very small percentage are either very small or very large

There are studies that show how or why children can be born outside the normal range

Other factors, such as a pregnant woman’s weight and whether she has diabetes or high blood pressure, can affect the size and health of a new baby

Below is a list of babies born well above the normal weight range for newborns

The 10 heaviest babies ever born

Teenager gives birth to 15-pound baby in India

A 19-year-old woman named Nandini gave birth to a 15-pound, 244-inch baby girl in May 2016

She was delivered via 30-minute cesarean section at a government-run hospital in Karnataka, India

Her mother, Nandini, said her daughter weighed 207 pounds at the time of delivery and doctors feared this would cause her daughter to develop diabetes and affect the baby

At 15 pounds, the baby girl is the heaviest newborn ever recorded in India

On February 11, 2013, a 21-year-old woman named Jade Packer gave birth to a 15-pound, 7-ounce baby boy at Gloucester Royal Infirmary

According to his parents, giving birth to him was difficult because doctors and his family did not know his size

Doctors gave him a 10% chance of survival and he was taken to St Michaels Hospital

8 The 16-pound baby born in California is one of the biggest babies ever

Sosefina Tagula of California gave birth to a 16-pound, 17-ounce baby boy named Sammisano Joshua Talai Otuhiva in 2013

According to his mother, he had given birth early and doctors believed he would weigh 18 pounds

At 5 months old, Sammisano weighed 25 pounds and suffered from endless hunger, according to his mother

7 16-pound baby born in Texas hospital

In 2011, Janet Johnson gave birth to a 16-pound, 24-inch-long baby at Longview Hospital in Texas

He is the biggest baby ever born in the state

Janet, who was 39 at the time of her delivery, was diagnosed with gestational diabetes during her pregnancy, which may have affected JaMichael’s size

6 Cape Town woman gives birth to baby weighing 76kg

In 2007, Cathleen Abels delivered a 16-pound, 9-ounce baby girl at Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town

According to hospital staff, the baby was the largest ever born at this particular hospital

She delivered baby Chesner vaginally and, according to some news sources, the baby was having some breathing difficulties, so she received help with breathing on her ward

5 A woman in Brazil gave birth to a ‘giant baby’ weighing 17 pounds (8 kg)

In 2005, Franasca dos Santos delivered a 17-pound baby via her cesarean section at a hospital in Salvador, Brazil

Pranaskar said she was 38 when her son was born

Doctors at the hospital believed his abnormal size was due to his mother’s diabetes

Baby Ademilton dos Santos is the heaviest baby ever born in Brazil

4 Russian mom gives birth to ‘giant’ baby

Tatyana Khalina, 43, gave birth to a 17-pound, 5-ounce baby in September of 2004

She gave birth by cesarean section in a hospital in Altai, Siberia

In September 2009, her parents Hananudlin and Ani gave birth to a baby boy who weighed 19 pounds 2 ounces

Her diabetic mother, Annie, underwent a complicated 40-minute cesarean section

She was 41 when she gave birth to her son

2 Carmelina Fedele – gave birth to the heaviest baby at 102 kg

In 1955, Carmelina Fedele gave birth to a baby boy weighing 22 pounds and 8 ounces

She gave birth at Aversa Italy

Her baby is the heaviest baby ever recorded to have been born

This baby is listed in the Guinness World Records as one of the heaviest babies ever born

1 Anna Bates – Gave birth to a 28-inch long baby boy

In 1879, a Canadian woman named Anna Bates gave birth to a boy weighing 22 pounds (998 kg) and measuring 28 inches in length

She was born naturally at her home in Ohio, USA

According to Guinness World Records, Anna Bates was 7 feet 11 inches tall

This baby earned a Guinness World Record for being one of the largest newborns in the world

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