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If I Get Pregnant In June What Month Will My Baby Be Born?

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Ebony Nash answered
March the following year, but this can depend on what date in June you conceived your baby on. The gestation period for a human being is nine months, 40 weeks.

If you are planning your baby then you cannot guarantee when you will conceive your baby unless you are extremely fertile. Fertilisation is not an easy process even though teenage pregnancies are writhe in some areas of the world. Even so, an egg or eggs are only released at a certain time of the month, which is called your ovulation cycle, this usually occurs 12 - 17 days after your last period. If you want to get pregnant at a specific time then you will have to know when you ovulate, this can be done with either knowing your body or buying a kit, which will inform you of when you are ready.

Depending on your age and health you may not actually release an egg every month (ovulate). Each month, 15 to 20 eggs should mature inside your ovaries, the best egg is released and travels down your fallopian tubes. Your fallopian tubes are what connect your ovaries to your uterus. Now after the egg is released it sits inside the fallopian tube for only 24 hours. It is in this time scale that a sperm has to meet it and fertilise, luckily the sperm isn’t one for hurrying things and it can live inside your vagina, uterus or fallopian tubes for up to six days, so effectively it could get there first and hang around until the egg turns up. As you can see it is a very specific process and only gives you one chance each month.
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Ellie Hoe answered
Pregnancy is counted from the first day of last menstrual period. Gestation in humans can be of 40 weeks with 2 weeks plus or minus. So, if you add 40 weeks in your first day of last menstrual period then it will be your expected date of delivery. If you get pregnant during the month of June then most probably, you will deliver in the month of coming March.

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