Can conception date be wrong if so by how long?
doctors are rarely 100% accurate on the date that a baby is actually conceived. however, the methods they use to calculate a conception date is never off by more than 2 weeks either way. the earlier a blood test or sonogram is done, the more accurate it will be, usually within a few days.
If an ultrasound estimates your due date as September 24 what are the chances the conception was on January 13?
It doesn't look that likely. I'm due September 26th and my estimated conception date was January 5th. If the ultrasound is done in early pregnancy (First Trimester) the accuracy of determining a conception date is within 5 days before or after the conception date, so you have a ten day window. Hope this helps!
Would excessive drinking the first trimester alter the measurements of ultrasound to determine size and conception date And if so how many days off could it be?
Does dating a person for so long and you want to date others but you still love the person your dating now is it wrong?
When was your estimate conception date if your due date is march 18 2009 but you did not have your period June 11but the doctors say your conception date is June 25th is that the day you had sex?
no June 25th would be the app date the sperm met the egg it can be up to 7 days before this the act of sex that lead to conception so for example if you had sex June 18 through 25 would lead to conception on June 25th. but as far as that not being your last period ultrasounds are better than lmp for timing so u take off two weeks from ur ultrasound and…
If a woman's periods are not regular and she falls pregnant how accurately can one then determine the conception date from an ultrasound?
As of September 19, 2008 (this Friday), you should be 8 weeks along. Gestation is calculated (at first) by counting forward from the first day of your last period, and date of conception is typically assumed to be 14 days (2 weeks) after that date. A more accurate date can be given by the Sonographer at your first ultrasound, by measuring the size of your fetus.
The conception date varies typically, but it usually about 10 months or so. The most common birth date is October 5th and experts reasoning behind that is because it would mean most people were conceived around New Years. By this logic I would say that conception most likely occurred anywhere around January 9th.
When you get an ultrasound does it estimate the actual date of conception or does it include the 2 weeks from your last period?
Hi An ultrasound provides a picture of the baby in the womb. The date of conception could be intelligently guessed at by your gynacologist, probably to within a couple of days if not better. Answer The date of conception would be calculated by the professional and the length of pregnancy is found by working back two weeks before this. Ultrasounds have only been around for thirty years or so and before that the only way…