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conception date

I'm really confused on when I got pregnant my due date is May 27th and my dr and ultra sound tech said I got pegnant the first week of September but when I looked on the calander myself it said I got pregnant around August 20th so why am I getting two diff conception dates I would think my dr and ultrasound tech know what they are talking about but it just confused me as to why I got a diff date then them so I was wandering if anyone else is due around the same time as me and when you conceived
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Because  its off of the measurement of the fetus...not everyone ovulated that standard ovulation calculator....so going off the calendar  isn't always accurate..
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that's what I was thinking cause I remember having a normal period on time as usual at the end of August and since I didn't know the exact day they did an ultra sound to see and that's when she said I got pregnant the first week of September
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My due date is may 25. My ovulation date was sept. 1! My last period was August 18, & that's what the doctors base your due date off of. They probably just told you your ovulation time, but regardless pregnancy is always based on your period. Don't over think it. Your due date is correct. :)
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I am due May 12. I know I got pregnant on or around August 17th because we were marking when we had sex.
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so you think I did get pregnant the first week of September?
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Sounds right to me.
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