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OK I was seeing another Dr. And she told me I was about 6 weeks pregnant.
2 weeks later I changed doctors and was told I was barely 5 to 6 weeks pregnant?? Shouldn't I be around 8 weeks? I'm really concerned that I'm no longer pregnant? Is that possible. I haven't had any pain or bleeding. I go back in one week so they can check me again.
Yes I was told I was 6 wks & saw another doctor and told I was only 4 its normal because its still so early and each baby develop at their own pace. Maybe you could have gotten pregnant a week after ovulation but when you get around 12-16 weeks they can tell you exactly how far along you are since they will be looking for certain body parts & bones and can tell just by the length weight & development of ur baby
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