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 At how many weeks are a baby's lungs developed?

Answer Babies will develop at different rates, but most babies' lungs will be mature enough at 36 to 37 weeks into a pregnancy to survive living outside the womb if necessary. The lungs are the last organ... Read More »
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What causes fluid in a newborn babys lungs?

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When are fetal lungs developed?

According to the Mayo Clinic, a baby's lungs begin to develop at 32 weeks and continue until 37 weeks, when they are capable of functioning on their own. A fetus is considered full term at this poi... Read More »
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When are your lungs completely developed?

Discussing the week by week progression of pregnancy, the Mayo Clinic reports that by week 37 a baby is considered full term. This means that the babies organs, including her lungs, are ready to fu... Read More »
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When are the lungs of a fetus fully developed?

According to researchers at the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, Yale University School of Medicine, the lungs are the last organs to fully develop in a fetus. Full l... Read More »
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