Can a baby survive if born at 34 to 36 weeks?
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\n. \n Answer From A Midwife \n. \nIf your cervix is really 4cm dilated (not sure what the 80 is) at 34 weeks you should be at the hospital as your baby could be born anytime and at 34 weeks your baby will be pre-term and need extra support.
At 31 weeks, a baby would normally survive, however would probably need to be in an incubator for a while and have some help breathing
You are not "ready to have your baby" if you are only 36 weeks. It would be dangerous for your baby, who would be born a preemie.
Answer . This is a common misunderstanding. The 36 weeks date is probably the time since your LMP (last menstrual period). The 33 week age is the age of your foetus by ultrasound.\n. \nThe difference is that you would have conceived about 2-and-a-half weeks AFTER your last period. So it HAS …been 36 weeks since your last period, but the baby has only been growing for the last 33 weeks or so.\n. \nIf you have any questions, ask your doctor- and remember, if they aren't worried, you can rest easy too. Hope this helps!\n. \nAj :) ( Full Answer )
At 32 weeks a baby would generally survive, however may need to be in an incubator for a while and have some help breathing
At 32weeks 85% of infants survive. They still need a lot of help and will usually stay in the NICU until the original due date. They can have learning problems and developmental delays caused by prematurity.
The normally accepted age of viability (the age a baby can survive outside the womb) is 25 weeks. There have been cases of babies surviving at 24 weeks but normally they do not. Even at week 25 babies face pretty big challenges.
Answer . i had my second son at 27 weeks pregnant. He is now 17 and perfectly healthy. You would never have guessed he was premature.
Yes. Of course it varies, but babies born at 31 weeks have a very high chance of surviving. Babies born on week 25+ are surviving (although some sadly donÂ´t).
According to resent statistics, A baby of either sex at 34 weeks gestation has about an 85 - 90 % chance of survival.
Yes, there is def a chance but it is very individual concerning damages and especially with the lungs.
of course not...definitely not!!! it can survive at 6 monthspossibly just about but 7 months it should be okay..
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 completely and healthy at only 34 weeks... yet some others may develop even slow and need a little more time to grow. it's best t…o talk to your doctor and see what he or she has to say on your baby's development. every baby is different ( Full Answer )
There are few risks since a baby born at 34 weeks is close to fullterm. Some risks are a weak respiratory system and low birthweight.
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. I worked in a newborn nursery for 18 years, and infants 37 weeks are considered term. Infants of mothers who experience epis…odes of preterm labor are more mature due to being stressed in utero. I would say yes, in the absence of underlying conditions, a 36 or 37 week infant will be okay. ( Full Answer )
They can do, it is around the borderline. The baby will spend a very long time in the neonatal intensive care unit and usually will have to have support with breathing since the lungs are not fully developed.
Highly likely - due to advances in medicine and post-natal care. Babies have been born much earlier and still survived. yes but they are considered premature.
Yes, Bella survives. The baby breaks every bone in her body, and so Jacob has to keep her alive while Edward injects his venom into her heart to turn her into a vampire and save her.
Tampons wouldn't affect a baby during pregnancy, but there isabsolutely no reason why a woman should be using tampons while sheis pregnant - tampons should only be used during menstruation, evenif experiencing bleeding during pregnancy it is not safe to usetampons as you don't know the blood loss to… know what absorbency touse. Misusing tampons this way can increase risk of vaginalinfections and toxic shock syndrome - the latter would potentiallycause serious harm to the baby. ( Full Answer )
Born 18 weeks premature, on 7/13/10 at 1 Lb. 9 Ounces and 11 Inches Long http://preemie.info/cms/modules/news/ Finally, we have two cases at 18 weeks. Note: For a listing of eleven such early survivors, see the 1989 edition of Abortion Questions and Answers (Willke. Hayes Pub. Co. pp. 60, 61…). http://www.christianliferesources.com/?library/view.php&articleid=1253 A number of babies have been born alive after only 18 weeks of pregnancy, research has revealed. Dozens more have survived terminations even though they were younger than 24 weeks -- the upper age limit for abortions. The study, published in the British Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology , revealed that some of the babies who initially survived terminations were only in the 18th week of pregnancy and more than half were under 22 weeks. http://health.dailynewscentral.com/content/view/0001453/40/ A NUMBER of babies have been born alive after only 18 weeks of pregnancy, research has revealed. Dozens more have survived terminations even though they are younger than 24 weeks - the upper age limit for abortions. Some were able to move around, breathe normally and even cry out. Many lived for more than an hour, and one survived for four and a-half hours. http://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+babies+who+are+born+alive+after+18+weeks-a0134883445 ( Full Answer )
You shouldn't "push" on your stomache at all when you are pregnant. Feeling around is okay but be gentle and don't use hard force on your stomache.. You shouldn't "push" on your stomache at all when you are pregnant. Feeling around is okay but be gentle and don't use hard force on your stomache.
A baby can survive at 24 weeks. we have better technology these days where anything is possible. If you had a baby at 32 weeks she will most likely have to stay in the hospital till she is considered full term, or better yet breathe and eat on its own.
A typical pregnancy is 40 weeks, so a baby can expect to be in the womb for 40 weeks. However, some babies are born sooner and some are born later, so it depends on the mom and baby just how much the baby 'can take.'. If you are pregnant and have concerns it would be a good idea to check with your …doctor though! ( Full Answer )
Yes. At 36 weeks a baby is fully developed. He/she may be a little lighter than the majority of babies who are born. However, there should not be any problems.
My son was born at 23 1/2 weeks. They gave him less than a 10% chance to make it. He weighed 1 lb 6 1/2 oz. Now he is 6 years old, as smart as a whip and very healthy. So to answer your question.... YES!
You can have it at 37 weeks, as they consider you full term at that point in time.
Yes, but not usually. I was born at exactly 22.5 weeks and have reached adulthood without any serious medical complications. However, I was very, very lucky. Children born this early very often have serious health complications, including blindness, deafness and mental retardation. Premature babies …often have additional health problems in their first few months, as they have not fully developed. I had apnea - basically, I would stop breathing at unpredictable times - due to underdeveloped lungs. There are others, but it would be better to try a medical organization for those details. I recommend you try www.prematurity.org for more information. ( Full Answer )
First as the mother you must be taking your prenatal vitamins and eating properly. Which means when your thirsty you should drink, hungry you should eat or snack. Eating is what keeps your baby growing and eating is very important. Keeping iron up and drinking lots of fluids. If you have been doing …all of these things then it is meant for you to have a smaller then average baby, if not at this point you are going to have him/her soon so just take the best care of your child once they are here. You can only do so much as a person so just take care of yourself eat right and do what you can. ( Full Answer )
Oh, the chances of survival are quite high! At 27 weeks pregnant, your baby has an 85% chance of survival if it were to be born that week! You are nine weeks ahead of that! Your baby's lungs are fully developed at this stage so I wouldn't worry.
Your baby has an excellent chance of survival! At week 29, your baby has a 90% of survival if it were to be born that week.
Babies born after 22 weeks have a great chance of surviving, the earliest baby to survive in the UK was 21 weeks. So nearly all baby's that are born at 31 weeks live, although there is that small percentage that don't but this is unlikely if the pregnancy has been fine and healthy all through the re…st of the pregnancy. I had a baby girl and she was born at 31 weeks and is absolutely fine although she did only weigh 3oz 8. and had to stay in neonatal unit for 3 weeks (just to gain weight) I hope this answered you question thanks ( Full Answer )
Don't think so. From week 24 they can be saved, but w20 is awfully early. As NICU care has improved over the last 40 years, viability has reduced to approximately 24 weeks, although rare survivors have been documented as early as 21 weeks. The first thing survival will depend on is being in the …right hospital for the birth - after that it depends entirely on the number of complications following birth and how well the baby pulls through each of them. ( Full Answer )
i dont think it can HURT your baby as such, but no doubt it will sence that you are stressed!
if the lungs are developed then it will be ok but it may need some help breathing if they are not
A woman usually carries a baby for 9 months (or approx 40 weeks). It is not unusually for a baby to be born at 34 weeks, but if you are only 34 weeks gone and you are in labour then you should go to the doctor/hospital immediately, as there could be complications and/or the baby's organs may not hav…e developed enough. ( Full Answer )
In the UK - which currently has the highest incidence of pre-term births in Europe - around 7% of births occur before 37 weeks, with 98% of these being after the 32nd week. But for a mother who has experienced a previous pre-term birth the likelihood of early delivery rises to 21.3% Statistics… will vary from country to country. ( Full Answer )
maybe. it might survive but it will be very tiny. it's lungs are not fully developed at that point. it will be on a breathing machine but in some areas like Africa it will die
My best friend just had her baby at 30 weeks and he came out 3lbs 2oz and is doing very well. Your baby might have to stay in the NICU for awhile though . Good luck!
Yes. The 50% survival rate is around 26 weeks so a baby born 10 wweks pre-term at 27 weeks has a decent chance of survival
Yes, but it won't be easy. It would need much work in the hospital to keep it alive. That said, I have a distant relative by marriage who was born at 23wks, and is a healthy beautiful young lady. Same as above with me, I was the same situation and I am perfectly fine. I will start at a community co…llege in the fall as a Criminal Justice major. I spent a LOT of time in the hospital when I was born @ 1lb and 13 oz and it was really hard on my parents, but the hardship will most likely relieve itsself in time. ( Full Answer )
with the help of the march of dimes more babies are suriving dying and there is a possibility of the child of passing but the sucess rate is growing more and more every day
Absolutely. My daughter was born at 33.5 and had no complications. She stayed in the NICU for 16 days to learn to nurse and use a bottle (baby's aren't coordinated enough to do this until 35 weeks). She was 4 pounds 15 ounces---almost 5lb, the size of many twins! My water broke so I had 2.5 days o…n bedrest in the hospital waiting. They gave me a shot of steroids which could have helped her develop her lungs. They say girls develop faster in the womb, but my friend had a boy born at 33.5 weeks exactly the same situation, no problems, home in over two weeks. Now it is awful to leave the hospital each day without your baby, emotionally very very tough, but the baby should be fine. Do not worry. ( Full Answer )
Absolutely! If a baby is born at just 38 weeks, its considered full term. A baby born at 37 weeks should be just fine! From about 26 weeks can a baby survive. I have already seen a baby who was born at 25 weeks and who has survived.
the answer is yes. A baby can survive if born at 24 weeks although would need special care, a baby was born at 21 weeks before now and survived :)
Hey i am 28 weeks pregnant and you are 1 cm dilated my last baby was born at 34 weeks he was premature so does this mean that i am going to go early this pregnancy?
My sis in law had her first between 32 and 34 weeks and was afraid it would happen again with the second. Lucky for her number two was born the day before her due date and perfectly healthy. Just try to relax dont stress yourself out and take each day as it comes :)
well that depends if put in intensive care it probably will survive if it has muscular it will lower the chances greatlly to about 70% of surviving and i had problems with my veins so it was a 50% chance of me living but i suvived so if in intensive care the it will all most definitely will survive …but if not then probably not ( Full Answer )
Yes. At 36 weeks a baby is fully developed. He/she may be a little lighter than the majority of babies who are born. However, there should not be any problems. It should not mean that you and your baby have to stay in the hospital any longer.
Well depends on wat ur having mi daughter was at 160-170 which is good and both mi boys were 150-160 which is also good as long as it don't get below 130 ok
At this time a baby born at 18 weeks is still to premature to survive.
Go and see a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor) about your baby, the Internet is not the place to get advice because to be properly treated you need to be examined first.