Full term pregnancy is nine months
All healthy, full-term pregnancies will last an average of 40 weeks.
It would depend on which animal you are referring to.
yes, and she'll carry full term and have a littler.
Yes, they are full of vitamins.
During menstruation you would change your pad once it has been full with blood or everytime you have to use the bathroom.
Yes. Melon's a great thing to eat during pregnancy because it's full of water and so will keep you hydrated
yes but be care-full not to do it to hard
Sure, with an 'in vitro' pregnancy, but that doesn't mean that they will all go full term.
Is it easy to miss carrier after your tubes been tied
it is possible some people do have full cycles during their first month of pregnancy most of the time its just spotting though....take a test to be sure the dollar store has them for a dollar if your short on cash.
Unfortunately yes. But the closer you are to full term the harder it is to have a miscarriage.
It is possible to have two full moons during January, but not during February.
A full moon.
Full pregnancy takes nine months in people, but can begin on the same day as having sex when the sperm penetrates the egg.