"no sometimes you ovulate late so you ur baby isn't right own. I ovulated 1 week later so instead of 7weeks i am 6 weeks. I know because i used opks. Up until about 9 or 10 weeks pregnant i was told that your baby can measure up to 4 da..."
"Hi when i saw my peanuts heartbeat i was 5 weeks 5 days and it was 105. I doctor said it was right own that as the baby gets bigger the heart rate increases. Example as you get bigger your heart rate will increase cause you got a lot ..."
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I was just checking out posts on cervix position and progesterone suppositories and found your post. I am in the same postion Today I am at 11 dpo and the only reason I know my cervix postion is because of the suppositories it is high. I did a hpt today and it was negative. I'm going crazy I also keep having spoting which comes and goes. What are your symptoms?
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