If you are pregnant and your blood work says you are further along than your ultrasound which one is more accurate?
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The ultrasound said that you were 12 weeks and 1 day pregnant how accurate is that?
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How accurate is ultrasound on how far along you are?
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You are 7 weeks pregnant and you have irregular menstrual cycles can you tell when you got pregnant?
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When in pregnancy can you see how far along you are?
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If you are pregnant can your doctor tell you how far along you are?
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How far along do you have to be before you can get an ultrasound?
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If you went into the ultrasound and they said you were 7 weeks and 5 days pregnant according to babies growth you went to the midwife and she said you were 7 weeks gestation what does that mean?
Gestation is the same as saying pregnant. So when your midwife says that you are at 7 weeks gestation, she is saying you are 7 weeks pregnant. It is most accurate to go from the first day of your last period to figure out how far along you are because babies grow at different paces in the womb and if your baby is growing a little faster at first, the ultrasound may show it as being further along than it really is. Your midwife is probably getting your due date using the last period method, so I would go with her and say that you are 7 weeks pregnant.
Asked in Pregnancy, Conception Dates
When did you get pregnant if you are twenty five weeks and two days?
It depends on how you're counting. Doctors determine how far along you are by the beginning date of your last menstrual period (LMP). They then usually follow up this estimation by a dating ultrasound, which gives a more accurate reading of how far along you are. For example, when I got pregnant, I estimated my LMP at February 15th. In mid-April, I discovered I was pregnant, and a few weeks after my first obstetrician's appointment I had an ultrasound, which said that I was 12 weeks along. I then simply counted back 12 weeks from that point and estimated that I got pregnant sometime around March 10th. So if you're 25 weeks pregnant, count back 25 weeks.
How can you really know if your pregnant or not?
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Is it possible to be further along in your pregnancy than what your ultrasound says?
When they do an ultrasound, they measure the baby's head and that's how they determine how far along you are. So if your baby's head is smaller than average, then they would give you a farther due date; If it's bigger than average they would give you a closer due date. Please remember your due date is an estimated guess, not the actual date you will absolutely deliver It depends how much the difference is and at what stage you have the ultrasound. At six weeks ultrasounds are accurate to within 2-3 days, by 12 weeks they are accurate to within 4-5 days and by 20 weeks they are only accurate within 5-7 days.
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Is it possible not to detect a 3 month pregnancy on ultrasound?
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Im 36 weeks pregnant measuring 38 weeks are you further along?
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What numbers on ultrasound tells how many weeks pregnant you are?
Can a pregnancy be hidden in an ultrasound?
Do you mean can a baby be hidden in an ultrasound? if so, read my answer: yep....my sister was pregnant with twins but did not find out until she was seven months pregnant. All along it was assumed that she was only expecting one baby, until a routine ultrasound check up was done during a prenatal appt and the Nurse (not Doctor) saw more than one baby. Imagine the shock? Doctor missed the 2nd baby all along.
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Do doctors know the exact day someone gets pregnant?
Doctors can not tell the exact day you get pregnant but they can get pretty close. You're first ultra-sound will always be the most accurate ultrasound. When I found out I was pregnant, I had an ultrasound and they confirmed I was around 6weeks and 2 days pregnant. They can tell this by how the baby is developing. Once you get further along, it gets harder to tell because you're babies body is almost grown but it's there organs that are finishing development. Answer No the doctors don't know the same day you get pregnant you have to wait around 2 or 3 weeks to go and get a check up when you feel some weard symptoms which are diddyness,throwing up,and tiredness and you don't get your period anymore you miss your period........so no you have to wait around 2 or 3 weeks to ask the doctor
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You took a pregnancy test it came back positive your breast had dried droplets on it how long are you pregnant?
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How do you tell how far along a horse is pregnant?
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In your ultrasound the head circumference and abdominal diameter were the same length but the femur lenght was smaller which is more accurate?
I have had many conflicting ultrasounds. I had the exact opposite problem- the femur length was a week further in gestation than the head or abdomen, and the estimated weight put her a week further along than her femur. What my ultrasound technician told me was to trust in the initial date given by the obgyn when I had my very first ultrasound (I was only 5 weeks at my first appt). The earlier the scan, the less the variation in size. I am 5'1, but with those long legs, I guess our little girl is going to be 6'5 like her daddy!
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Is it possible to hear baby's heartbeat at 8 weeks pregnant with an ultrasound?
When your pregnant how can you tell how far along you are?
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Can an ultrasound scan be wrong by a month?
The date of conception can't actually be determined, but the fetal growth usually reflects how far along the mother to be is , so i believe an ultrasound is pretty accurate. It depends when in the pregnancy it is done. The earlier in pregnancy the more accurate it is. So at 7 weeks it is only going to be inaccurate by 3 or 4 days. If you have your first U/s at 8 months it is not nearly as accurate as babies vary so much in size.