Question by  getoutdoors1 (40)

Will I reach my due date for my pregnancy?


Answer by  Melissa101010 (4405)

Most of the time babies are usually not born on the exact due date. Babies like to come either 2 weeks early or 2 weeks late. A lot of older people says that they come on the new moon or a full moon around the time that you are expected to be due.


Answer by  Pineapple7 (260)

Due dates are estimations of when the fetus will be full-term, or, grown and healthy enough to deliver. The best thing is for a patient to get to their due date before they deliver. With a healthy pregnancy, you should reach your due date, give or take a few days.


Answer by  Cali2307 (1337)

This depends on many factors. Most women will reach their due date for pregnancy, and many will actually go past their due date. Pregnancies are considered full term between 38 and 42 weeks, but traditional due dates are set at 40 weeks for an average. If you have any medical issues of unforeseen circumstances, you may deliver earlier.


Answer by  Rose (6804)

Without having any back ground on any underlying medical concerns and or any risk associated with your pregnancy it would be difficult for me to access your chances of reaching full term in your current pregnancy.

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