Hi all. Random question but I see my midwife on weds for the blood tests which I booked before my 12 week scan. At the time we thought I'd be about 16w2d but scan re-dated me to make me 15w5d on weds. Has anyone else had their 16 week blood tests a little early or did it not work?? I know she told me I can't be late having it so call if they bring my date forward but she didn't say to call if they push me back (like they have) and its only just occurred to me I won't be quite 16w. Any advice is appreciated. Thanks x
I was at my doctor making my appointment for that blood work today. I am 14 weeks 6 days today. She told me anytime between 14-18 weeks is good, with 16 being the ideal time to get the test done. So according to that, it sounds like you should be fine.
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