I just looked up your question and according to sites, no, it isn't possible and it's never been done... hope this helps
Not carried to full term I.e. 9 months
An unviable pregnancy is one that cannot be carried to full term. This is usually due to genetic defects.
Yes, some women have carried a baby to full term with an IUD. The risk of complications is great, however, and so removal of the IUD is the normal course of affairs. If removal is not possible, the woman must be followed closely during her pregnancy.
Pregnancy is the gestation of a human foetus inside a female human, and is normally carried to full term of 9 months.
Full term pregnancy is nine months
Yes-you can still have a normal full term pregnancy.
Yes, you can have a full-term pregnancy after getting pregnant with Mirena.
AnswerSimply put, it means the mother carried the baby for the normal amount of time (usually 40 weeks).
a full term pregnancy lasts 40 weeks
A full term pregnancy is between 37 and 41 weeks
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A pregnancy of 40 weeks is called full-term.
A cow will carry a calf to full term which is 285 days or around 9 months.
Yes, its normal not to have contractions yet. 37 weeks is considered "full term" but a full term pregnancy is 37-42 weeks.
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A person can live a completely normal life with only one kidney, and I assume that would mean a full-term pregnancy, too.
For humans, nine months.
Full term pregnancy
If you go to full term the IUD will probably come out when the baby is delivered.
It would depend on which animal you are referring to.
In many cases, yes. It will be different in different circumstances, for example, whether or not it was a full term pregnancy.
All healthy, full-term pregnancies will last an average of 40 weeks.