time of the year you conceive a baby & delivering premature do they got together
March 14, 2007 1:48pm CST
Researchers from a university in Pittsburgh medical center conducted a 10-year long study to come up these figures. from 1995 to 2005 they recorded 75,000 pregnant women and here are the resultes they came out with. a baby conceived in have these percentages of being born prematurely:Spring 9.2% Summer 8.4% fall 8.8% Winter 9.1%Do you think that this really make a difference? do you think that this could really be true? I don't know really know my self. I know that I have 3 girls and one was conceived in the winter and the other two in the fall. my first that was in the winter was born 2 days early my second was born 3 weeks early and my third one was born a week over and i have to be induced to have her. So i don't think that these test really prove any thing.