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 How many weeks is the earliest you can safely give birth?

Answer AnswerA term pregnancy is between 37 and 42 weeks form the start of the last period, that is 35-40 weeks from conception.The earlier a baby is born before this the more dangerous it is.Most babies ... Read More »
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You are 33 weeks and 3 days pregnant can you give birth now safely?

A 33 week old fetus has a good chance of surviving, especially if born in a hospital with neo-natal facilities. However, it is far better if the fetus is born at full term, as the lungs have still ... Read More »
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How many weeks do you have to be pregnant for before you can give birth?

They say 40 is full term because contraception which is like two weeks counts as part of your term. But in all actuality it is 38. Anything over is getting dangerous because your placenta stops pro... Read More »
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Can a woman who has had surgery for intestinal blockage safely give birth?

On One Hand: Risks of Vaginal BirthUnfortunately, not many studies specifically address the risks of attempting a vaginal birth after a previous surgery to remove an intestinal blockage. Some physi... Read More »
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