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What does GAEDD mean on a ultrasound picture?

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2005-11-11 00:15:25
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I'm not an expert, but in Obstetrics GA usually refers to gestational age, and EDD usually is Estimated/Expected Date of Delivery, so I think it probably means the gestational age is consistent with the expected date of delivery.

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Usually GAEDD means Gestational Age / Estimated Due Date but it all adds up to pretty much the SAME thing... how far along you are in your pregnancy. Pam GA would be how many weeks from your last period. If you are irregular it would be 17 weeks from conception.

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No. Gestational age is measured from the woman's last period. Even if she doesn't know when this was, the gestational age is time from conception plus 2 weeks. For example, a 'gaedd 19 weeks' will give you a due date 21 weeks in the future. You are 17(+ 1 day) weeks from conception. 19(+ 1 day) weeks from your notional last period and 21 (- 1 day) weeks until your EDD.

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GA is gestational age which is how far pregnant you are. LMP is last menstrual period, which is the date of the first day. EDD is estimated dte of delivery (40 weeks from the LMP) The EDD may be changed if the ultrasound gestational age differs from the age by LMP by a lot.

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