Full Term

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Michelle - August 25

What is a full term pregnancy? How many weeks is it?

 

becca - February 8

full term is usually between 38 and 42 weeks

 

MICHELLE - March 25

MY MIDWIFE TOLD ME THAT ANYTHING AFTER 37 WEEKS IS FULL TERM.

 

laura - April 29

I think ia am 5 weeks pregnant but im not sure! how can i find iut?

 

Tiffany - May 3

I think anything between 36 and 40 is full term

 

joe - May 9

38

 

Angela - May 20

Full term is 40 weeks pregnant

 

Brenda Gulley - June 6

is it against the federal law to induce labor at 37 weeks if labor has begun

 

Weng - June 25

38

 

J - July 6

Full-term Refers to a full term pregnancy. Infants who are not prematurely born are considered to be full-term. The World Health Organization considers full-term any infant born after 38 completed weeks of gestation. The American College of Obstetricians and gynecologists considers full-term any infant born after 37 completed weeks of gestation Source: http://www.babyzone.com/features/glossary/default.asp?TermID=225

 

Emily - July 10

I also heard that anything 37 weeks + is full term!

 

Lisa - July 19

anything between 37-42 weeks is full term. Before 37 weeks is preterm; after 42 weeks is postterm

 

Beth - August 11

You are considered full term at the end of your 37th week.

 

mdfjds - August 12

It is 37 weeks for sure my dr told me that and it says it all over the internet. Good Luck

 

tina - August 18

when are you full term

 

missy - August 25

I have never heard of it being against the law to induce at 37 weeks, I know because I asked my dr to induce me next week and I will be 37 weeks I am having some slight problems, but she is going to induce me, I hope no one arrests her Brenda.lol lol

 

Suchitra - September 18

Anything after 37 to 42 weeks is full term

 

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