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    Due Date Change?
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    Foster1010 posted:
    I am currently 33 weeks and 5 days pregnant according to my first ultrasound and my due date is Sept 15th 2013. When I first went to the doctor according to my last period I would be 36 weeks and 5 days and my due date would have been August 25th. My uterus has been measuring 2cm ahead for the last 5 months and today I got an ultrasound at the Average GA on the report said I am 36w and 2days and that the baby weighs 6 pounds. It also says on the report that the EDD by Average GA is August 28th. My question is, is my due date wrong and do you think I will go into labor before September 15th. Im 33w and 5days and baby weighs 6 pounds already. I am not dialated any but I did get checked today and the doctor said his head is really low.
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