Hunter had been pregnant 375 days (instead of the normal 280) before her baby was born there last week; 375 days would be the longest pregnancy on record, topping the runner-up by about 58 days.
What happens if a baby stays in the womb too long?
If your baby stays in the womb for too long they are more likely to be a stillbirth, or weigh too little or be more likely to have a neurological disorder, because the longer a baby stays in the womb the more likely the placenta is to stop functioning normally.”
Is it 9 months of pregnancy or 10?
Is pregnancy 9 months or 10 months? Your 40 weeks of pregnancy are counted as nine months. But wait… there are four weeks in a month, which would make 40 weeks 10 months.
How long can you go past your due date?
There’s no clear answer to how long a pregnancy can safely go. Some Ob/Gyns are comfortable letting a woman go one week past her due date, and others may let her go two weeks past her due date.
Can a woman stay pregnant for 12 months?
Just 4% of pregnant women deliver a baby right at 40 weeks, which is a number used interchangeably with nine months. Averaging 365 days over 12 months, your average month lasts 30 days and 10 hours. So 280 days (or 40 weeks) is actually nine months plus nearly a week.