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If i had my period on march 30th and then didnt have it in april at all then get it may 15th for only 2 days how far along do you think I would be? Obviously the 2 days in May was implantation bleeding right ?do I count may's 2 day period as my last cycle? Thx u for your input :)
Hi! The best way to determine how far along you are is an ultrasound. A vaginal ultrasound can determine how far along you are with an accuracy of 2-7days. If you were my patient, I would suspect that your March period was your "real" LMP and I would guess you to be about 11 weeks. Hope this helps! Dr B
I took a pregnancy test at home and it was positive but I don't go to the doctor untill July 9 what can I do to make sure my baby is healthy until I get to an actual doctor p.s I don't know how far along I am
I actually have the same question.. I had a normal period April 24th 2012 and on May 21st I had an irregular light period which is odd for me I always have a regular period.. well I missed my period for June and took at hpt if I went by the normal April one i would be 10 weeks if i went by May I'd be 6 weeks the thing is if i went by May my hpt wouldn't have been positive and I mean bright less that 30 seconds positive.. what do you think? 10 or 6 weeks?
You have to go by ultrasound bc everyones hpt levels are different and they varey. As long as the numbers double your fine. Mine said I was 2 weeks and had a ultrasound 2 weeks later that proved I was 6 weeks.
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