Guy number one sounds like hes daddy
In reality it could be neither because if your due date is in December that means you conceived in February. A pregnancy is a total of a 10 month period.. So by March you were already pregnant.. Just about to be a month if not yet so, then you might of missed your period to where you were symbolized something wasn't right, did a pregnancy test and I guess thats how you found out... Your body takes about 3-4 weeks before your pregnancy is detected in a test.
Okay sorry soooo I take that back. On my pregnancy calculator app that I have if they are giving you a due date of Dec. 13th this is what it shows...
First day of last menstrual cycle: March 7, 2016
The average cycle length: 28 days
Estimated Fertility Window: March 17, 2016 - March 27,2016
Estimated Conception Date: March 22,2016
Estimated Gestational Age: 24 weeks, 2 days.
Hopefully this helps you out! :)
Take a look at it for yourself..
Hi, le1213. How did you get your due date? Was it from an ultrasound? If so, how early in the pregnancy was the ultrasound? Your dates are pretty close, putting more pressure on the question of how accurate your estimated due date is. I hope it came from an early ultrasound and not from a doctor counting on a calendar or little wheel.
@anniebrooke my first ultrasound was the 14 & every since then it's been the 13 and they are going from that . I'm also about 24 & 3 days