okay so I went for an ultrasound today, according to my DR I am due August 17th which puts me at 27 weeks today.
however the baby was measuring at 28 weeks 6 days and weighs 2 lbs 14 oz ( giving me a possible new due date of August 4th according the ultrasound tech ) .......I won't hear back from my DR til Monday on if there is nay concerns about this.....but I was wondering if anybody else had this and should I be concerned??
Thanks :) you guys helped my mind to be at ease...thankfully I don't have gestational diabetes otherwise I would be super worried..... I had an ultrasound so late because at my last one in April the baby was being difficult and wouldn't let the tech get a good look at it's heart to make sure it look normal so my DR had me wait a few weeks before they tried again and this time they got the clear shot they wanted so hopefully everything looks good.
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