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my last menstral date was 15th february 2011 and i had sex on the 18 february 2011 and had implantation bleeding from 8-10 March 2011, how many weeks is my pregnancy today 16 march 2011.
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1470528 tn?1324694321
hi there.. how are you so sure it was implantation bleeding??? u can use a pregnancy due date calculator which shall tell u when u conceived and how much time it has been or consult a doc who will try and calculate it according to your previous period.. it's actually a bit difficult to calculate the day of conception.. we can only calculate th e chances of conceiving and whether we are pregnant or not.. good luck..
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1630889 tn?1299758842
sorry i cant say
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1016532 tn?1303919533
You usually aren't fertile until 10 days after your last menstrual period. I never had implantation bleeding and didn't get a positive pregnancy test until I missed my period. Yesterday or today should show you a positive home pregnancy test if you are pregnant. If you are indeed pregnant, it goes by the first day of your last period. If you started your last period on February 15, then you would be approx 29 days pregnant which is about 4 weeks and 1 day. You can't always determine that you are for sure having implantation bleeding though so make sure you are really pregnant.

Good luck!

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thanks for the advice i so much appreciate it.
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