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Pregnancy is a pleasant experience for any woman. Even though during this he had to face many ups and downs. As the pregnancy progresses, both the curiosity and anxiety of the woman start increasing. This experience is uncomfortable as well as emotional. In such a situation, the question often comes to the mind of those who are becoming mothers for the first time, is how many weeks the delivery should be done.

Today, in this article, we will try to know how many weeks of delivery is considered safe -

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  1. Exact week of delivery
  2. Which week are most babies born?
  3. Causes and risk factors for preterm delivery
  4. Risks to the baby due to preterm delivery
  5. Takeaway
Doctors for How many weeks is it safe to give birth?

A healthy pregnancy is considered to be 40 weeks long. In a healthy pregnancy between 39 and 41 weeks, the newborn faces fewer risks after birth. The duration of pregnancy can be understood week by week as follows -

  • Early term: 37 to 38 weeks
  • Full term: 39 to 40 weeks
  • Late term: 41 to 41 weeks
  • Post-term: 42 weeks and above

On this basis, it can be said that pregnancy is of about 280 days or 40 weeks. If a baby is born before the 37th week, it is considered preterm delivery or premature birth. Babies born before the 39th week are more prone to breathing problems, low blood sugar, and other health problems. As a result, they may also need to be kept in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

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According to the National Center for Health Statistics, most babies are born full-term. Know about it in detail -

  • 57.5 percent of babies are born between 39 and 41 weeks.
  • 26 percent of babies are born in the 37 to 38 weeks.
  • About 7 percent of babies are born between 34 and 36 weeks.
  • About 6.5 percent of babies are born at or after the 41st week.
  • About 3 percent of babies are born before the 34th week of pregnancy.

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Women with diabetesheart diseasekidney disease, or high blood pressure have a higher risk of preterm delivery. Apart from this, other risk factors are as follows -

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There can be many health risks for preterm babies. There may be a problem like bleeding in the brain or lungs. Apart from this, other risk factors are as follows -

  • Developmental delay.
  • Breathing difficulty.
  • Sight and hearing problems.
  • Low birth weight.
  • Difficulty in drinking milk.
  • Jaundice problem.
  • Difficulty controlling body temperature.

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In such a situation, a woman must take care of herself before and during pregnancy. A healthy diet, intake of essential nutrients is essential. Apart from this, getting plenty of rest and good sleep is also important. Hope this article has helped women to estimate the right time of delivery. Also, we suggest that you keep consulting your doctor for all the important information regarding the delivery date.

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Dr. Pratik Shikare

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5 Years of Experience

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