Yes-you can still have a normal full term pregnancy.
Yes, its normal not to have contractions yet. 37 weeks is considered "full term" but a full term pregnancy is 37-42 weeks.
40 weeks is the general term for pregnancy though it can be anywhere from 37-42.
6 ng/ml during early pregnancy to 210 ng/ml near term for an uncomplicated pregnancy
gravidopuerperal: pretaining to the pregnancy and the childbirth (from delivery until reproductive organs return to normal.
what is the normal creatinine level during pregnancy? what is the normal creatinine level during pregnancy?
A person can live a completely normal life with only one kidney, and I assume that would mean a full-term pregnancy, too.
A normal full term pregnancy is approximately 9 months for a human.
Most likely not. Short term disability will cover disability due to pregnancy complications, but not for plain vanilla bed rest.
The term is ectopic pregnancy.