There is no way of knowing how far along someone is based of symptoms. Every woman will experience symptoms at different times, some women don't get any, and some have them the entire way through. Your ultrasound is the most accurate way of dating a pregnancy.
As you get father along, they might change your date. I'm 21 weeks and they've already changed my due date twice within the last couple months. Baby has to grow more for you
The ultrasounds at the beginning of your pregnancy are very accurate because at that point all babies are growing at the same rate. You can't tell how far you are based on when you started having symptoms or what symptoms you're having because every pregnancy is different.
Agree w/ ^^^^ mines have been changed too but I just feel like the baby is going to come when its ready
The ultrasound is pretty accurate because they get measurements of the baby! So im pretty sure if they see 11w then thats how far along you most likely are if not exactly then pretty close, no matter what you're experiencing at the time. Everyones not the same..
Thank you everyone! They've already changed my due date to a week late but changed it back to my original date 2 weeks later! I do appreciate the comments!
Agree with the comments above. Just had my ultrasound earlier and the tech told me that the EDD or expected date of delivery that is given via ultrasound is more accurate than computing your LMP or last menstrual period. I think it also applies on your situation. You cannot tell how far are you by just basing on your symptoms. On my computation (LMP) im 23+3days but on my ultrasound my baby measures 23+1day. You can ask you dr to be sure(: