Conception Dates

How do you figure a conception date when a person has irregular periods?

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2007-09-04 23:52:45
2007-09-04 23:52:45

Consult your doctor. I have the same problem with irregular periods. Come back with an answer because I would like to know too. I dont think there is a way to tell exactly. when i was pregnant with my son i had irregular periods and the doctors had to change my due date 4 times and they still guesses it wrong. i had an interesting time with my husband because of the issue also, they guessed days that he was not home but at 4 years old he cant deny him... they could have been twins. lol!!!

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