tenaysia (1741.4 days ago) my due date went from sept.6th to the 5th to the first..... i don`t know which one to go by, so i say in between those three dates...
mrsjdwilliams (1766.5 days ago) well lucky you...my due date is Sept 22nd and our lil man is measuring at a due date of August 31st but my clinic `doesn`t change due dates`
joyfulnoise (1798.1 days ago) My initial due date was Aug. 28th, after my first u/s it was changed to Aug. 22nd. An earlier due date is good news, some women can get the opposite news and get a later one. Good luck with your Dec. baby bundle!
Tonya- (1800.8 days ago) My first due date was sept 11 then after my ultrasound it went to Aug 31st
RobinG (1800.9 days ago) Exactly ~ ovulation as well as implantation ~ I ov day 5-7 and implant days 3-4 which is why my home preg test came back positive 10 days before my period was even due. Ultrasound confirmed it ~ I wouldnt worry about it, esp since it is only a week approx difference and due dates really dont mean much unless you are induced or have to have some tests done on a specific week ~ ultrasounds are more accurate in the first 12 weeks because of developement. The baby will come when baby comes so the change may not make any difference anyhow :) Plus did your doc `officially change your date?` Even if the ultrasound gives a date some docs still will not change it in your records unless more then 2 weeks and will still go by your period date since they too know that due dates really dont mean much cause, again, baby comes when it is ready and only 4% are actually born on the due date, lol.
gr8scottswife (1800.9 days ago) Conception is by ovulation. You may have short ovulation cycles, which would put you conceiving earlier than two weeks after your menstrual period or later, depending on your body.