I had sex on the 13 of Feb , I started my period on the 15th which last about 5 days .... After my period was over a week or 2 later I had sex again .... I found out I was pregnant at the end of march , I had no period in march ..... Would I have concieved before my period or after ? All my ultrasounds and lmp match ... I've had 3 ultrasounds , I'm 13 weeks and 4 days...I just heard that ultrasounds can be off by 2 weeks !!!!!!!! So I.wanted to know if everything should be correct based on lmp and ultrasound so I know where I'm really at in development
early ultrasounds are pretty accurate to date a pg but the further along u are it could be off a wk or two as every baby develops at a diff rate ...regardless, you have to go by the dates your dr give you..
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