You sound like you're saying that an ultrasound done in March said she was 15 weeks 1 day GA, and an ultrasound done in May said she was 15 weeks 0 days GA. If so, one of them is wrong, or both of them were wrong. Did you type them in error? What do you know about the quality of the places where she went?
Yes I understand that the one from may does not have any measurements but it does have a GA of (15W0D) from EDD. The one from march was completely wrong (GA of 15W1D) , I looked at the measurements instead 6w3D to 7W0D.
True, she's not willing to talk to me right now since I decided it was best for her to choose the other guy. Absolutely not, I'm keeping everything to myself. It can go either way but until then I'm quite. I got edvice from you a while back if you don't remember. Just came back to show the new ultrasound since it said GA(EDD) instead of GA(LMP) it was something different .www.medhelp.org/posts/DNA---Paternity/Ultrasound-Dating-Could-I-be-the-Father/show/2978377
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