Couples who 'get busy' on 14 Feb may have a baby on 11/11/11
Couples who will get down on Valentine's Day just might bring an extra special delivery date after nine months - 11/11/11.
"Absolutely - there's a significant chance of that," the New York Daily News quoted Dr James Grifo, a professor in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at the NYU Langone Medical Center, as saying.
He said that in an ideal cycle, if a woman is most fertile on the 14th and conceives, the baby's due date would be Nov 7.
"But many people go a little bit past their due date," said Grifo, meaning a mom-to-be could deliver on 11/11/11.
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