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    Pregnancy Due Date confusion
    An_248255 posted:
    I had been trying to get pregnant for a while so I had been keeping track of my period on a chart. When I first got pregnant, according to my last mestrual period date, my due date is October 28, 2012. I had an ultrasound early on due to some spotting and that changed my due date to November 11, 2012. At my 20 week ultrasound that determined my due date to be November 1, 2012 but my doctor didn't change my due date he is still considering November 11th to be it. Now that I am getting closer I am getting more and more nervous this is my first child. It just doesn't make sense to me, that means I found out I was pregnant when I was two weeks pregnant which I have read is impossible. Can someone give me some advice as to how it worked out with their due date??

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