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    First U/S, Measuring 1 week smaller than expected
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    csvochatzer posted:
    I was expecting to be 7 weeks pregnant but the technician said the baby is measuring 5 weeks, 6 days. The doctor didn't seem terribly concerned and said I likely just ovulated late. I'm surprised because I'm really, very regular. And, because I love wine! Before I got pregnant, I would have wine with dinner every night. Anyone else run into this?
     
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    att76 responded:
    The same thing happened to me. I went in thinking I was 7 weeks pregnant and the u/s said I was 5 weeks. I am due in 6 weeks (May 10) and everything has been fine. The doctor told me the same thing so it is nothing to be to concerned about. Everything since has been right on with my May 10th due date. If you are still concerned maybe talk to another doctor.

    Hope that helped!


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