Pregnancy supposedly (medically) lasts for 40 weeks. In reality it lasts for 38 weeks from conception. Conception occurs approximately 14 days after your last period started for a woman who has a 28 day cycle. So everyone's pregnancy is based on these mythical 14 days eventhough very few women have a 28 day cycle! Medically they count these 14 days within the 40 weeks you are pregnant. You are considered 2 weeks pregnant at the moment of conception! Therefore three weeks after "The Deed" you are considered 5 weeks pregnant. Your doctor will not really care when you fell pregnant, s/he will be more concerned about the date of your last period and count from there.
As pregnancy is counted from the beginning of your period, 2 weeks is actually when you conceive. So you conceived on February 1st.
Sometime in February
Saturday 15th November, roughly
A pregnancy is measured from the first day of the last period. So technically 7 weeks 1 day includes the 2 weeks before you conceived. In general, you conceived 10-20 days after the first day (start of) your last period. About February 20.
The approximate date of conception was February 6th
No. The baby would be due in February or March
You conceived about February 9th, give or take a few days.
That is the correct length of time.
November 21st but not for definate, 40 wks from the date concieved