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Having trouble figuring out an approx. due date
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An_218281 posted:
I have never had a normal cycle. I could got 2 to 3 months with out hhaving a period. I took a pregnancy test May 23rd and it was negative. Then took one again on June 19th and it was positive. Is there any other way to determine approx how far along i am with the test i have taken?
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snh571 responded:
You need to call you OB for an apt. When cycles are that unpredictable the only way to truely date your pregnancy is by U/S.
 
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kd0erj responded:
Exactly. And even the EDD the doctor will give you will probably be off a little. My LMP was irregular, and I swaer I am told I have a different EDD everytime I have an ultrasound. They are just estimates anyway, that is the most important to remember. The kid comes when it wants!


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