Most women give birth after 38-42 weeks of pregnancy. However, there is no way to know exactly when you will go into labor. Birth often occurs either two weeks before or after your expected due date.
Learn more here about the process of childbirth.
If you are pregnant and showing, chances are your friends, family, and even strangers are making guesses about whether you are having a girl or a boy. Some of them believe they are more than guessing; they feel they can determine the sex of your baby simply by looking at you.
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation http://www.modimes.org
The National Women's Health Information Center Department of Health and Human Services http://www.4woman.gov
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