Vanessa Cervantez Gives Birth to Biggest Baby in California History: How Big Was It?!

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Vanessa Cervantez, despite being just 5'1", recently gave birth to her third child, son Andrew Jacob Cervantez, who entered the world weighing a staggering amount.

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    I am a nurse and @ ken1 that does not mean she will be a diabetic!

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    I am a very small
    Woman who exercised and ate healthy my entire pregnancy. I only gained 30 lbs and had a 10 lb 1 oz baby! Diabetes does not always play a role sometimes babies are just large!!!

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    That whole diabetic thing is not a sure reason why. It can be but it was completely false in my case.

    My baby girl was born 12-20-13. She's a month & i have preexisting diabetes, inactive hypothyroidism, & am plus size she weighed 7 lbs 3 oz at 38 weeks. She now weighs 8.5lbs.

    This can be a result of a thin woman whom essays anything she wants because the Dr's don't ask or tell the the precautions of dieting like they would a plus size or diabetic because they're weight but truth is it can happen to anyone.

    Ken1
    @ Kassandra Gonzalez

    Any woman who delivers a baby weighing 10 pounds or more WILL at some point in her life develop diabetes. Ask any nurse or doctor.

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    @ Kassandra Gonzalez

    Whom eats*

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    For sure, she probably has diabetes or is going to have it, having a baby that big.

    Ken1

    Ooo, 15 Lbs. Momma gonna be a diabetic!

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    @ Ken1

    I believe you are referring to gestational diabetes and that's not exactly how it works.




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