GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Average Length Of Pregnancy

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"The average length of human pregnancy is approximately 280 days or 40 weeks."

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"First-time mothers tend to have longer pregnancies, averaging 41 weeks."

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"Pregnancies usually range from 37 to 42 weeks."

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"Only about 1 in every 30 babies arrives on its expected due date."

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"Approximately 10% of pregnancies extend beyond 42 weeks."

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"More than 60% of women will go into labor within 48 hours of their water breaking."

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"Only about 4% of births occur on the exact due date, while 80% of births occur within two weeks of the due date."

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"5-10% of pregnancies go beyond the 41st week."

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"First-time pregnancies are about 40% more likely to be late than subsequent pregnancies."

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"Pregnancies conceived in May last an average of seven days longer than pregnancies conceived in other months."

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"The average pregnancy length falls within a range of 37 to 42 weeks."

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"Only around 5% of babies are born on their actual due date."

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"Second and subsequent pregnancies have an average duration of 268 days."

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"Pregnancy length for singletons averages 38.6 weeks, for twins 35.4 weeks, and for triplets 32.7 weeks."

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"About 10-20% of known pregnancies end in miscarriage, and over 80% of these occur before 12 weeks."

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"The median pregnancy length is 268 days."

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"The average gestation period for a male baby is slightly longer (40 weeks) than a female baby (39 weeks)."

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"For twin pregnancies, the average length is 36.3 weeks."

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"A pregnancy that extends for longer than 42 weeks is termed as 'post-term'."

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