Pregnant for 11 months
really

Ballwin, MO

#25 Dec 28, 2012
52 WEEKS IN A YEAR
Hating the cold

Dallas, TX

#26 Dec 28, 2012
I do not know if it is possible, but I was 3 days shy of being a month overdue with my first child. I kept thinking they just miscalculated my due date. When she was born she had what they said was the physical features of a one month old baby. I should have asked them to be more specific about the features. So, in short, I know you can get damn close to 10 months anyway.
Dares Baby Daddy

Jonesboro, AR

#27 Dec 29, 2012
Sounds like Dares baby daddy that wears sunglasses, cowboy hat and drives fancy black car has been round some of these too !
Lusitanian Jack

Estarreja, Portugal

#28 Apr 11, 2013
Many years ago a woman asked her doctor if that was possible - he answered that it was rare, but added that if a woman would travel to a different tropic, shortly after having conceived, that would affect gestation, up to an average maximum of 10 and 1/2 weeks, even though it could reach 11 months. So it had happened, and that woman was my Mom. Anyway, I was born in Europe, after most of my gestation having taken place in Angola, which also justifies the exceeding 2 weeks to the average maximum in those cases. That was his explanation, and somehow it strangely makes sense / remember how the moon cycles affect women. Lots of this Old Ways knowledge has been lost because of "you know what", and I wonder whom to trust first.
Eh hmmm

Mountain Home, AR

#29 Apr 12, 2013
There are 52 weeks in a year. 40 weeks is NINE months. 28 days is 4 weeks and is not a full month, save for February. Apparently you guys should have paid a little more attention in second grade math.
Immy Uganda

Kampala, Uganda

#30 May 27, 2013
yes, yes, yes, yes....it is very possible. A very close of mine experienced it and i can nolong er say that it is impossible.

It is Possible for a woman to carry a child for 11 months but it is not normal because the child in this case died. This alone is case number 1.

In case number 2, a very good friend of mine has a friend who is dealing with the ailments that come when a child spends 11 months in the womb. They are in and out of hospital and believe U me ,it is not easy.

My God! God Bless the woman that carries a child in the womb
monica

Southampton, UK

#31 Oct 22, 2013
me wrote:
Yes. I was an 11 month baby. Baby's are not full term at 9 months. A full term pregnancy is 10 months. 40 weeks.
40 weeks is not 10 months! The month has more than 4 weeks!
alannah

Griffin, GA

#32 Apr 15, 2014
yes, in 1988 I was 48+ weeks pregnant (ultra sound confirmed feb 1) when I delivered an 11 lb baby ... past his due date...12/25/88, for feb 2/88 sceduled c section in Germany
alannah

Griffin, GA

#33 Apr 15, 2014
They (the drs) also the nurse's.." if hes the size of a two month old he'll eat like a 2 month old, so let her feed him" ie; he didnt eat 2 oz every 4 hours he ate 8 in the hospital as a new born
cool dude

United States

#34 Apr 22, 2014
Just a question wrote:
Can a girl be pregnant for 11 months?
I dont know . It usly 9 months
cool dude

Dexter, MO

#35 Apr 29, 2014
Lady ax wrote:
Yea it happens, m 48 weeks nw n feeling pain but when i go 2 d hospital they say nothing is wrong wit me
I need knock me a women up.
rude

United States

#36 Apr 30, 2014
guest wrote:
<quoted text>
if you're a horse
you have got good sense of humour but poor general knowledge. 11 months pregnancy is rare but it happens.
bigdude

Dexter, MO

#37 Apr 30, 2014
rude wrote:
<quoted text>you have got good sense of humour but poor general knowledge. 11 months pregnancy is rare but it happens.
Yea i hear about by dr one time.
Crab

Belle Plaine, MN

#38 Jun 6, 2014
Born 11 months in 1977, with jaundice and a cowl. Luckily my mother went to the hospital or I wouldn't be here. The doctor thought she miscalculated her last cycle but she didn't. I am living proof it can happen but is very risky. I was born at midnight. My due date should have been in May but I was born in late July.
haha

Jonesboro, AR

#39 Jun 6, 2014
If she's getting regular care from an obgyn; there is no way the Dr. would let her carry for 11 months. The doctor at the hospital I work at will only let them go a week or so over the normal 40 week gestation period. Anything more could be dangerous for the fetus and the mother-especially since many of our patients live so far away from the hospital.
nestmomof3

Tampa, FL

#40 Jun 16, 2014
I had my first child the day b4 my due date. My second child was due September 25 and was born November 23. My third baby my due date was march, due date was changed to April. I'm still prego and its June. Dr says she will be here when she is ready. BTW I am married to my kids father we celebrated our 14 anniversary last October.
nestmomof3

Tampa, FL

#41 Jun 16, 2014
nestmomof3 wrote:
I had my first child the day b4 my due date. My second child was due September 25 and was born November 23. My third baby my due date was march, due date was changed to April. I'm still prego and its June. Dr says she will be here when she is ready. BTW I am married to my kids father we celebrated our 14 anniversary last October.
I also have had a period every month with the last two pregnancies.
deepa

Bangalore, India

#42 Jul 25, 2014
I was born after 10 months. When my mom was pregnant, she went to many hospital they said baby was healthy and told my mom to wait for normal delivery.
love

West Fork, AR

#43 Jul 28, 2014
Not everyone's pregnancy is the same and even with our technology,doctors even make mistakes on the calculations. And yes,you can have a baby early or a month or two late!!!! I would be more worried about the health of the baby,than fighting over who is right or wrong. Anything is possible.
ob nurse

Jonesboro, AR

#44 Jul 31, 2014
love wrote:
Not everyone's pregnancy is the same and even with our technology,doctors even make mistakes on the calculations. And yes,you can have a baby early or a month or two late!!!! I would be more worried about the health of the baby,than fighting over who is right or wrong. Anything is possible.
Of course, everyone's pregnancy is not the same; I've been on the ob floor for 12 years, and have never seen the doctor let a woman carry for eleven months. There are slight variations in weight of the fetus and the mothers, slight variations in gestation periods, and slight variations in fetal development. However TWO months is NOT a slight variation. An extra two months in utero would be catastrophic for the baby and the mother. Our bodies are not set up that way. The only way it could happen is if she was not pregnant for the first two months that she thought she was, then got pregnant afterward. Even then, our measurements, lab work, and ultrasounds would catch the differences.

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