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What is the shortest time a feotus can remain in the womb or uterus and survive?

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They say its around 25/26 weeks, and even then it may not survive. Usually, it's around 29/30 weeks, because then, most of the vital organs are grown enough to do their job (e.g. kidneys, liver, heart, lungs, brain) Why are you asking this?
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