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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I positively know the date of conception as January 10TH. It has been 319 days today. That over 45 weeks. Is that possible?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   thats an incorrect
Doctor :   the total duration of pregnancy can not be modre than 4 weeks , normally
User :   you mean 40 weeks?
Doctor :   *more than
Doctor :   yes 40 weeks
Doctor :   the delivery usually occurs at the end of 17 to 38 weeks
Doctor :   sorry 37 to 38 weeks
Doctor :   it seems there is error in transmission
Doctor :   please accept my apologies for that
User :   im the man. she claims i must be the father, but we only had sex once, on jan 10TH
User :   she says she is 150% sure
Doctor :   for confirmation , u can ask for a paternity test, which is 100% diagnostic of father hood
User :   she is having a home birth
Doctor :   thats fine
Doctor :   you can take a sample of your blood and the babys blood and then test for paternity
User :   what are the risks with a 45 week pregnancy?
Doctor :   overweight, and birthing problems as well as fetal death
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