You should probably wait for 2-3 weeks or so just to have the results transferd in.
It would be inadvisable to travel as heavily pregnant as 34 weeks. The safest time to travel during pregnancy is the second trimester (12 - 24 weeks). Any woman over 28 weeks pregnant must be carrying a note from a doctor or midwife explaining that the pregnancy is normal and that you are very healthy and fit to fly. It must also have your expected due date stated on it. If you are expecting twins and/or suffer from diabetes, it is inadvisable to travel at any stage of pregnancy.
Yes it can be sometimes when your around 6-7 weeks into your pregnancy. At 10 weeks, based on the size of the foetus and conception date a pretty accurate date can be arrived at. Yes it can if you have a long cycle. My date from my period was 23rd September but I had a 36 day cycle and my scan date was 4th October.
Yes, they can be wrong, but are not likely to be. Doctors use much more accurate tests for pregnancy than home pregnancy tests. As to the difference between the actual date of sexual activity and the doctor's assessment, the doctor considers the date of conception to be the first day of the last period, which could have been 6 weeks ago. The reality is that actual conception dates and due dates are, at best, educated estimates. The doctor may, and probably will, revise the dates later in the pregnancy as more developmental information about the fetus becomes available from ultrasounds, etc. But, if still in doubt, consult your physician.
Pregnancy is dated by adding 2 weeks to the weeks that you are.. for example.. if you are 11 weeks then you actually concieved 9 weeks ago.. they actually count pregnancy from your last menstrual period, even though you were not actually pregnant for about 2 more weeks..~pawsalmightyAnswerIf you have had an ultrasound then your doctor would have been able to give you an EDD date of the birth. The site below will enable you to accurately establish the date of conception based on your due date or last menstruation date. After clicking on the link, scroll down a little until you come to a list of dates. It is the most accurate table on the Net. http://www.genetree.com/about/conception-calculator.asp
The gestation period is anywhere for 38-40 weeks. It could be that your conception date is off a little, or the baby is ready to come out. Having a baby a week early (39 weeks of pregnancy) will not harm the baby. If a doctor wants to induce labor that means the baby needs to come out, and it might be harmful for the baby to stay in. Premature birth is considered to occur when the baby is born sooner than 37 weeks after the beginning of the last menstrual period. 42 weeks of pregnancy is considered postmature birth.