Stillbirth doubles at 42 weeks.
It doubles again at 43 weeks. Therefore, t his is a quadrupling by 43 weeks (not 42, as you seem to have misread).
Maybe read things through before replying.
eta - I should point out that every stat I've quoted is easily discoverable in medical journals to anyone able to access them and comprehend them.
This thread is not about the stat of stillbirth after x date, it's about the fact that you do NOT have to have a c-section at 10 days over etc - induction is a viable alternative which does not have the rates of rupture that have been irresponsibly bandied about in this thread.
Most women will not go past 14 days past EDD, so it is extremely important to know that induction is an option for them for their vbac. Don't just have a c-sec, especially if you want more children.