My wife had her ist day of monthly cycle on 25 nov while she was outstation from 22 nov to 28 nov. She was back on 29 nov and we had sex on 29 nov and 1 dec. she went back to her mother home on 2 dec and since than we dint had sex. Now on 1 jan over on the phone she is telling me that she is preganant. Can she be pregnant on 5th or 7th day ? and most importantly whether by any means is it possible to know whther she got preganant on 29 nov or 1 dec or any later date? she is having normal 28 days cycle.
Yes, if you had sex on the 29th of November and the first of December, she of course could have found out by now that she was pregnant.
If her first day of her last cycle was November 25, she could have ovulated (as some women do) early in her cycle, and your sperm would still have been around to get her pregnant from the sex on either day. She would not have had to get pregnant on as you put it "5th or 7th day," since your sperm can live five or six days in her system once it is there. That puts her at the 10th or 12th day, or anywhere in between.
If you are suspicious that this is not your baby, you can ask for a DNA test, though whether you should assume the worst is a different question. What she is saying to you is perfectly plausible.
Can i know from ultra sound or sonography that how old is baby now. from that i can calculate backward when she got pregnant. please give me an example to calculate the same assuming baby is now 5 week old.
Are you going with her to her doctor appointments? It is sometimes possible, with early ultrasounds, to know if the baby is lining up with the dates based on the first day of the last period.
Do you have other reasons to believe she was unfaithful besides your doubt about the date? As many people have explained to you, your dates having sex were within the acceptable range for the baby to be yours.
If you have other reasons, go with her to her next ultrasound, and ask the ultrasonographer if she can give you any idea of the conception date, don't use vague words like "how far along the pregnancy is" or you will be given dates based on the first day of your wife's last period.
Did your wife get a projected due date from an ultrasound yet?
NO DUE DATE YET, SHE HAS BEEN CALLED FOR 1ST SONOGRAPHY ON 9TH JAN. BUT SHE IS STILL AT HER MOTHER PLACE AND I AM FAR FROM HER SO WHAT I SHOULD ASK MY WIFE TO CONFIRM FROM DOCTAR ABOUT CONCEPTION.AND WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SONOGRAPHY AND ULTRASOUND IN THIS CASE.
I believe sonography is the same thing as an ultrasound, which is what they are called in the U.S.
Just ask her, after she has the ultrasound, when the due date is. She'll surely be glad to tell you, especially if you have not been acting insulting or suspicious about dates. (As the ladies in the other forum, and I, have pointed out, if your worries are based on dates alone, they are pretty much groundless.)
Drop me a line when you hear a due date that was given to her on the basis of her sonography, and we can discuss things with data behind the discussion.
You would like to know why ovulation is November 30? What part of that surprises you? I got November 30 from the ultrasound results also, when you said the baby is 7w4d. Please elaborate on what you would like me to explain. I gave you a long description in our last private message about why doctors count pregnancy the way they do. What part of this is bothering you so much that you need to type in all caps?
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