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# I am 26 weeks pregnant exactly today, How many months is that?

I can't seem to get this week to month thing going, help?
asked by MDELEON03 3 years 24 weeks ago

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That's not exactly accurate. Most people use a 4 week per month approximation, but that is only 28 days.  Where most months are 30 to 31 days you are missing between 2 and 3 weeks by the time you get to 6 months.  So actually you are closer to 6 months than 6 and a half. Try dividing the number of weeks you are pregnant by about 4.4 rather than by 4.  That will account for the extra 2 to 3 days each month, especially as you get farther along.