Babies most likely to be born at 4am

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A new study from scientists in the United Kingdom has found that 4am in the morning is the most popular time for babies to be born.

Overall, more than 70% of births took place outside regular working hours.

The analysis of five million births between 2005 and 2014 was carried out by University College London.

The researchers said there could be implications for staffing of midwives and doctors. Only 28% of births take place between normal working hours of 9am and 5pm on weekdays.

Ask your parents what time you were born and add it to the comments below.

73 Responses

  1. My older sister who is 26 was born at 3:56AM-4:32AM
    My older brother who is 12.5 was born at 6:42AM-7:15AM
    I am 9.5 and I was born at 3:21PM-4:02PM
    My neice is 7 who was born at 2PM-3:32PM
    My nephew who is 1 was born at 5:21AM-2:30PM

    Hmm….This is weird.

  2. i was born at 8:pm (so how am i going to know or believe that this is true because most scientists are wrong on weather so they could be wrong on anything they write and who would want that but right now i believe you)

  3. (not easy to believe mr scientist because all of these comments are different to 4:am you see) so you are or you might or you should be wrong!!!

  4. I was born at 1:30 in the afternoon on a Wednesday. (Though the time is in Iranian times)

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