16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m little confused about the weeks .13 week to 16 is 4month or 17 week is also considered in it.?

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Answer: 14th to 17th is 4th mnth 18th to 21st 5th mnth 22nd to 26th 6th mnth 27th to 30th 7th mnth 31st to 35th 8th mnth Aftr 36 9th mnth
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