No. A doctor can tell you what day you ovulated but sperm can live for 3-5 days in a womans body, so it can be sperm from any of those days.
You have it backwards . . . you can tell when your due date is by telling your doctor when you think you conceived.
July 31st, 1964 was when I was born. What day was I conceived?
By statistics they can reasonably well determine the day. This is good enough for medical attention later on in pregnancy.
If you get your period chances are you are not pregnant. If you don't get your period and you are pregnant, your doctor/midwife will want to determine when you most likely conceived, to do this he/she will want to know the first day of your last period. If you have a 28 day cycle ovulation usually occurs in the middle of your cycle.
Yes, the egg was fertilized on the day you conceived
D-Day was in planning for over 2 years, so it was conceived sometime in early 1942.
If you go into your doctor's office or the maternity clinic, they will have a device (I called it "the wheel" when I was pregnant) that can determine approximately what day you conceived.
The day you banged yo baby daddy!
Yes it is possible, you can get pregnant 2 days either side of ovulation.
Ask her doctor
AnswerIt is just as possible for you to have conceived on day 19 as on day 14 or any day in between. Your days of ovulation can fluctuate very easily depending on many things like stress, diet, exercise, etc. Good luck!
. It was confirmed by my OB-GYN that I had conceived the FIRST DAY of my period. My period was on time and I continued to have a normal, regular flow 6 day period. Hope I helped!!!!
A Robin doesn't determine who or type of person they will marry.
You have to remember that each woman has different rates of HCG. If you have a 28 day cycle, I would think that you ovulated (and conceived) around the 29th of August. On average, a woman with 22HCG would be 10dpo (days past ovulation), which means you conceived about 29th of August as well! But some women have been shown to be around the 17HCG on 14dpo - so you could've conceived as early as 25th of August.
July 11th. A great day :)
yes by knowing the length of your menstrual cycle you count from the first day of your last period. It is highly unlikely to know the EXACT day you conceived, because a woman can ovulate anytime, even when menstruating. It is hard to tell when you are ovulating unless you have a fertility monitor. But you can get a round about conception date. Yes it is possible. Ovulation kits can give you 24 hour notice of when you are going to ovulate.
No. I'm due the same day and I conceived during the Superbowl... which I believe was Feb 7th.
If you conceived on the 17th that's when you became pregnant.
This is something you have to ask your doctor. These things are not tested properly on pregnant women.
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You count from the first day of your last period
The day the Blessed Virgin Mary was conceived, without the stain of original sin.
WikiTree was not conceived on a particular day. The idea evolved over many years, starting around 2005 when Chris Whitten started developing a personal website to organize his family history to share with his family.