Pregnancies are always measured from your lmp so it sounds as if your ultrasound is spot on. They don't add 14 days or anything but it will be 8 weeks 5 days since you conceived
There would be no gestational sac visible @ 3 weeks. YES At 5 weeks 3 days pregnant by ultrasound, you conceived 3 weeks 3 days earlier.
if the ultrasound sayd 11 weeks 5 days u got pregnant app 9 weeks and 5 days ago if ur periods are normal
Subtract fourteen weeks (7 days x 14) from the date of the ultrasound.
At this stage, yes the ultrasound can be off by 10 days. Mine was off by ten days the other way, that is I thought I was 18 weeks and the ultrasound said 16 and a half. I knew when I had conceived because my husband had been away on a trip.
Well I had an ultrasound at 13 weeks and it was not very accurate. and it will not be able to tell the sex of your baby. Oh by the way, depending on what kind of insurance you have and what hospital you are at you may not get another ultrasound. An ultrasound at 7 weeks is extremely accurate, within 2-3 days. At 13 weeks it will be accurate within about 5 days. It can certainly not be off by a month.
5 weeks and 5 days ago...
99% probability it was between 10 weeks & 10 weeks and 4 days ago.
If you know when you conceived you should always go by your date. Ultrasounds, especially later in pregnancy, are not as accurate. Here are the dates that they can be off. The inaccuracy of ultrasound First trimester: 7 days 14 - 20 weeks: 10 days 21 - 30 weeks: 14 days 31 - 42 weeks: 21 days
I think I was 8 or 9 weeks when I had my first Dr. appt. and ultrasound. They have a heart beat at 5 weeks.
I saw My at 6 weeks 4 days with my 1st. 6 weeks 3 days with my second Done internal ultrasound not abdomin
Well I had an ultrasound at 5.5 weeks and it wasn't able to pick up very well so I had to have a transvaginal. It should be able to see it but not very well. Drs recommend waiting until 6 weeks for ultrasound.
The 11 weeks 5 days refers to the first day of your last period. You probably concieved around 9 weeks 5 days ago.
At six weeks, the baby is fairly microscopic so he/she would not be particularly visible. You may want to check into why the ultrasound was necessary this early.
If there is no heartbeat, then I am afraid you will miscarry. Ultrasounds are usually accurate.
== == hmm kay. get out a CALENDER and Count Back 6 weeks and 6 days.
hi Im also 7 weeks and 3 days DUE date is about in JULY 1
At 7 weeks an ultrasound is accurate within 2 or 3 days. At 20 weeks it is accurate within 5-7 days.
32 days previously
There is a possibility she will have a big baby. I wouldn't worry about it too much. I bet another ultrasound has been booked that will be fine. I was induced at 36 weeks becasue Twin 2 wasn't growing. Twin 1 weighed 4lb 15ounces, Twin 2 weighed 6 lb 3ounces!!
Erm ... 20 weeks and four days ago ... Dohh!! Look at a calendar and count backwards 20 weeks, then backwards 4 days - there is your estimated date of conception.
count backwards 96 days.
Because an ultrasound at 7 weeks and one at 18 weeks use different methods for estimating gestational age, they have different levels of accuracy. In general, a skilled sonographer's 7 week ultrasound is more accurate for dating than a skilled sonographer's 18 week ultrasound. Talk with your health care provider for information specific to your situation.
yes, i got to see my baby clearly at six weeks and four days..