Will a baby born at 34 weeks be ok?

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if the lungs are developed then it will be ok but it may need some help breathing if they are not
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Is it OK to travel by air when you are 34 weeks pregnant?

It would be inadvisable to travel as heavily pregnant as 34 weeks. The safest time to travel during pregnancy is the second trimester (12 - 24 weeks). Any woman over 28 weeks

Will a baby born at 35 weeks be ok?

The survival rate is about 90%.. however their is many factors to consider; such as birth weight, apgar score, was the mother given steroid injection while the baby was in the

Can a baby be born safely at 34 weeks?

Yes it is possible. at 34 weeks the baby still has yet to develop their lungs and eyes.. Some babies may develop much faster than others therefore some others may develop comp

If your baby is born at 36 or 37 weeks will it be ok?

Both my children were earlier than 40 weeks. Thirty-seven and thirty-five weeks respectively. They were both healthy. The youngest had oxygen for about 2 hours, then did well.

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Why is your baby not growing properly at 34 weeks?

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Can a baby born 34 week survive?

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If a baby is born at 36 weeks will it be OK?

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