I got a due date online where u put in your lmp date and it gives you a due date however when i went to the dr and had my first scan they gave me a edd 2 weeks later . now they are going off my edd of the first scan but say im measuring big . I think it can go two weeks before or after .
i went to the er for light bleeding at what i thought was 7 weeks turns out i was 5 weeks they told me i had a blighted ovem empty sac and i was devestated but i went back in a week and guess what we had a heart beat !! see a reg ob dont go to the er they are dumb . hoping it is just early like i was
the whole lmp and u/s dateing still confuses me too this is my 7th baby and I got a bfp july 17th but when i went in i measured a week or so later than I should have been so i also have a due date of march 29th I had that happen with my 4th he was due 1/13/ and i had him 12/22 almost 3+ weeks early at 7 lbs 9 oz and was fully developed could breath on his o...
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