I have placenta previa and my doctor is doing an amino test at 36 weeks 4 days im 35 4 days weeks now but id really like to know what are the chances his lungs won't b developed enough to do the c section on at 37 weeks?? Im really hoping they are he's growing normal at my last ultrasound he weighed 4lbs 12oz witch was averagei have no other complication with the pregnancy other then the miss placed placenta
They say 37 weeks is full term. I went into labor at 32+5 and they gave me a steroid shot and his lungs were fine and we left the hospital after 48 hours with no problems. He is now 6 years old and in first grade and doing great. My baby girl is 2 weeks today. I went into labor with her at 37+5. We had a water birth at home and she came out after 15 minutes of pushing.
I had placenta previa with my daughter and she was delivered at 34 weeks. She was 6 pounds 7 oz. Her lungs were almost ready at that age she was on CPAP in the NICU. You should be fine you r considered term
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