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After giving birth, much of the weight that remains is from excess fluid. The baby, placenta and amniotic fluid weigh approximately 12 pounds. It is normal to weigh the same or more after delivery as you did before you delivered - this is because of all of the fluids given to you during labor.
Last Updated: 12/27/2013