Third Trimester

39 Weeks Pregnant

Your pregnancy is considered full term once you reach the 39th week mark, meaning your baby can arrive any day now. According to a study done by The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, babies born after week 39 have significantly lesser chances of developing…

38 Weeks Pregnant

Earlier, a baby was considered full term once the mother reached the 37th or 38th week mark. However, according to the findings of American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), babies born between the 39th and 40th weeks do much better than those born during…

36 Weeks Pregnant

You are now entering the ninth and last month of your pregnancy with your baby having excellent chances of survival (around 99%) without any long-term complications. However, babies born at 36 weeks of gestation may have some feeding difficulties, requiring intensive care after birth. 36…