I have tested the water and there's nothing wrong and it's been more than thirty days does she look like she's near giving birth?Hello!
Guppies require a lot of patience when they’re pregnant. Guppy pregnancy can range from 20-30 (or more in rare cases) days! I understand the struggle of waiting, (i’ve done it myself quite a few times now) but as long as she’s in good conditions, you have nothing to worry about. Try not to stress out too much over it .
If more than 28-30 days pass and she still hasn’t given birth, one thing I do recommend doing is checking the Ph levels and using a test strip to make sure the water is good. Guppies WILL put off pregnancy (or miscarry/abort the babies) if the water conditions are too bad. Make sure the water is good, and the temperature is correct. (72-82°F)
If you want to try to speed up the pregnancy, I have heard that raising the temperature to a warm 78-80° may make the pregnancy go faster. I have not personally tried this myself, but people have told me that it works.
Good luck in your guppy keeping!!
Ok thank youSometimes female guppies will have a gestation period that will exceed 4 weeks and closer to 6 weeks. It's not weird when this happens. But if I look at these pictures, the female may take some time to get somewhat bigger than she is right now. I don't really think that you should be worried about it. Just give it some time...
She does look pretty squared off from the pictures- but every guppy is different. Guppies (unfortunately) are all very unique in their size and how big they get when pregnant. Some are half the size of others, and some don't even look squared off by the time they give birth. This was the hardest part initially for me, as I wanted so badly to tell how close my female was to giving birth. The best advice I can give you is to keep her comfortable and keep an eye on her for any abnormal behavior. She looks healthy and good for now, though!