Hi. Well, I am not sure what good anyone's reassurance on the Internet will do if you aren't reassured by your actual doctor looking at your medical records, but it does sound like you conceived well before May 30. The calculator I use says May 18, but that is more accurate if your estimated due date came from an early ultrasound. When you went to the hospital on June 6, did your ob-gyn order an ultrasound? How early in the pregnancy did the doc say you were, and was it from the ultrasound or just a calendar or a little wheel?
Thanks for the little bit of help..
When the doc said February 8 was your estimated due date on June 6, was that based on an ultrasound? If so, I would count on it to be correct. He or would not have been able to see an embryo on the ultrasound if you had conceived on May 30.
Yes it was from a ultrasound !
They weren't able to see the baby at the beginning ...
If your ob-gyn looked at an ultrasound this early in the pregnancy (when it is most useful for making this kind of determination) and told you that your conception date is May 16, do trust his many years of medical education, training, and practice, it was not May 30. Your fears are just fears, they don't indicate reality. I am sure you are OK. :)