Hello- I am pretty sure I am just worried for no reason, but I wanted to ask if my due date could be 5-6 weeks off. I am mostly concerned because I don't always trust doctors and I know things can be wrong and I am worried about the development of the baby. I really need to stop reading stories on the internet because they are giving me needed anxiety and make me questions doctors and ultrasounds even more.
The reason I ask is because the last period I remember is February 12, 2016, but I may have had a light period on April 3, 2016 (I am not sure if this is a real period). I have never been one to keep track of my periods, but they have always seemed somewhat consistent to me. My fear is that my baby is not growing correctly, or maybe the doctor doesn't see a defect? Below are the facts.
Pregnancy test: 4/20/16, 4/22/16, 4/24/16 - all negative
Pregnancy test: 4/26/16 - very faint, but positive!
Ultrasound on 5/9/16: GS 1.21cm (fetal pole too small to measure)
Ultrasound on 5/16/16: CRL .54cm (GA estimate: 6 weeks, 2 days)
Ultrasound (by a different doctor) on 5/31/16: CRL 2.24cm (GA estimate: 8 weeks and 6 days with EDD of 1/4/17)
Sexual Intercourse: February 28, 2016 and April 8-11, 2016
LMP: March 12, 2016 (or maybe April 3, 2016 if it is a real [but very light] period). I couldn't even tell you when my period in March was. lol
Based on everything, my baby is growing correctly and my period on April 3, 2016 was in fact a period. I told the doctor my last period was April 3, 2016 so he never showed concern, but now I am second guessing myself. I guess I am just afraid that maybe my baby was growing too slow, then it caught up and is growing normally now, but it has a defect that the tests wouldn't show?? Is that even possible? Are all of the above GS/CRL measurements correct for an April 3, 2016 period? Is the baby measuring correctly and healthy for those dates? Could an early ultrasound be 5-6 weeks off if my last period was actually February 12, 2016?
Also, if I "ovulated late" does that mean I "conceived later" - when I hear women say their fetus was growing small, but they just "ovulated late" I guess that means they just conceived later than they thought?