One of the very first few things that most newly expecting parents want to find out about is when they will get to meet their bundle of joy, which might not be the easiest to tell. Of course, though, the standard answer regarding most pregnancies is 40 weeks, but similar to almost all pregnancy-related things, nothing is ever standard.
Babies are rarely born exactly on their due date, but it is usually close. It is normal for a baby to be born anytime from 3 weeks before the due date to 2 weeks after the due date. Babies that are born more than 3 weeks before their due date are called premature.
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