They base your due date on the size of the embryo and it may change several times, so don't worry too much. Two women who had their last period on the same date may ovulate at different times, have different sized embryos/fetuses...
11 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 06/01/2007
"So when are you due?" "About 38 weeks after I conceived."
3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 31/07/2018
Pregnancy is average of 37-42 weeks. Every woman is different and every baby is different. For the first two weeks of pregnancy, you aren't actually pregnant. It is your uterus getting ready to carry the baby for the...
3 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 05/08/2013
The external measurement can be affected by the baby's position. Did the doctor mention doing an ultrasound to get a more accurate result? Because that's what you need to do.
5 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 18/01/2011
They can be off by a bit, but in your case it's perfectly reasonable to assume that your baby was conceived on the 23rd of June, even if you had only had sex on the 21st. That's because you don't necessarily conceive at the time you...
4 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 18/08/2011
My due date was originally July 11, 2013. It was pushed back to July 3, 2013.
1 Answers · Pregnancy & Parenting · 04/06/2013