talk to your doctor for a very accurate answer
It's impossible to be right on the nose and if per chance it does happen it's a wild guess. A doctor can guess approximately 2 - 3 weeks. Unfortunately in your case having sex with two different partners in such a short period of time you won't know the father of baby without a DNA test.
No. Your doctor can give you accurate information.
I guess you could, but ask your doctor first
Call the doctor, like now
The most accurate time is between 18-22 weeks. Anything before 18 weeks is more of a guess, and anything after 22 weeks the baby might be too big to see between the knees.
Absolutely. There is no accurate way for a doctor or anyone else to say exactly how far along you are, unless you were keeping careful records of when your ovulation happened (and tested it with an ovulation kit) and when you had sex. The doctor's assessment is an educated guess based on the date of your last period, and on the size and development of your baby.
It should be quite accurate at 3 weeks
If two scans early in pregnancy say the same they are extremely accurate. Your pregnancy gestation was 14 weeks and 1 day as pregnancy is counted from the first day of your last period (if you have a 28 day cycle) it was 12 weeks from conception.
At 7 weeks an ultrasound is accurate within 2 or 3 days. At 20 weeks it is accurate within 5-7 days.
Pregnancy tests are not always right. Plus 3 weeks is quite a bit of time, you should go see your doctor, you will get a more accurate test.
You must have given them two different guesses on your last period date. But the hospital would be more accurate.
Not very accurate yet, your best bet is to wait until about 20 weeks to get a accurate ultrasound Ultrasounds are always most accurate in the first trimester of pregnancy, within about 3-5 days, in the second usually off by 7-10 days after 20 weeks could be off by 2 weeks and in the third it could even be as much as 3 weeks!
Ultrasounds measure the size of the fetus to predict a due date and are usually very accurate, within two weeks, so I would safely assume that it would not be off by five weeks. You can ask your doctor, it won't be the first time he or she has answered that question,I promise. Also it depends on when the U/S is. U/S before 12 weeks of pregnancy are very accurate, plus or minus 2 weeks. After that there are more varibles, babies grow at different rates so they are not as accurate.
Yes, with an ultrasound. They can measure the baby and give you a very good date based on that. Ultrasounds are very accurate
For something as important as this, I would have thought you would get the most accurate answer from your doctor - than an unqualifiedforum ! Sheesh !
I always advise that a HPT be performed 3 weeks after you had unprotected sex as its most accurate as this time. You can see your doctor for a pregnancy blood test which can be performed now.
well some women can have there period last for several weeks and for a whole month.. so i guess its not bad.. ask your doctor in case.
After 3 weeks it should be accurate, take another at 5 weeks to make sure. Or go to the doctor and get a urine test there super accurate!However, sometimes urine tests wont show a positive for certain people, even if you are actually positive. They all depend on how your body works, I'm sure. All people are different.
eeh.. my doctor said the same thing when i was pregnant with my daughter. I went into preterm at 26 weeks,they stopped it, then at 36 weeks i started dialating. i was 50% and 1 cm.but i stayed that way from 36 weeks to 41.1 weeks.good luck :O)
they normally wait until 20 weeks, so I don't know how accurate it would be at 17 weeks. I would suggest getting another scan at 25 weeks if you get one at 17 weeks
No, castor oil is a laxative and could make things worse. You need to discuss this with your doctor.
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.