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Can You Get Pregnant Within A Week
Even though ultrasounds go by gestational age, can you still get pregnant within that 2 weeks of gestational age they don't count as conception age?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
If you can get pregnant within the 2 weeks of gestational age how do you calculate the conception date if transvaginal u/s on 6/11 dated me at 6wks 3day?
May 11th: The conception date based on that ultrasound is may 11th with a range of may 8th through may 14th. I hope that's helpful. ...Read more
Even though ultrasounds go by gestational age, can you still get pregnant within that first 2 weeks of gestational age they don't count as conception?
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If you can still get pregnant within the 2 weeks of gestational age wouldnt that make the transvaginal u/s dating inaccurate as far as conception dating?
Depends...: Accuracy of conception date based on ultrasound depends on when the ultrasound is done. Ultrasounds done between 6-10 weeks of gestational age are especially accurate, to within a 6 day window. This is because in early pregnancy all babies grow at the same rate. Later in pregnancy, ultrasound have an error rate of a 4 week window. This is because genetic, nutritional & other factors impact growth. ...Read more
Yes, can conceive: It is possible to ovulate (release an egg) right after delivery, so it is possible to conceive if a couple has intercourse and the male partner is fertile, right after delivery. Generally, this is not recommended as there are more complications with a pregnancy conceived before 6 months postpartum (after delivery). ...Read more
2 weeks less: The actual pregnancy occurs sime hours after you ovulate, usually 14 days after your first day of menstrual bleeding. We use the dating as calculated from your first day of bleeding even on the ultrasound we use those dates as it is easier to keep track of and verify in most women than the date of fertilization. ...Read more
April: The calculation of conception is weird, since it includes two weeks of not being pregnant. You usually know when your last period was. With regular periods, you would get pregnant about 2 weeks later. We count from your last period. So, if you are 9 weeks on 6/4/13, you would have had your period starting around 4/2/13, ovulation (conception) about 4/16, and be due about 1/7/2014. Good luck. ...Read more
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