To find the date of conception (within 2 weeks) you add three months and subtract ten days to your due date:august+3 months:November 2, -ten days:about October 23 i dont think this is right that puts you over 40 weeks from your due date i believe this is very in accurate and would ask your doctor for an approx. date of conception.
Around August 25 (give or take a day or 2 either side)
It takes 2-3 week after the date of conceive to tell that your pregnant with the pregnancy test, The date of your last period sometimes can be wrong because some woman get it while pregnant and not knowing they are, whilst others don't get it but are not at all the due date they're given. Your date of conceive is roughly the 31st of August and could be a week before that.
Roughly April 11th
Roughly May 12th
The approximate date of conception was April 11th
March 1, perhaps.
Roughly Saturday August 9th 2008
You conceived about February 9th, give or take a few days.
July 15th-31st If your baby was born April 17th you cannot say this was your due date as normal healthy babies can be born 2 weeks either side of the 'due' date.
Based on a normal gestation period of 40 weeks the conception was on December 10th
December 2nd 2009? Yes, it's possible
Count back 9 months, and then add 14 days to that (plus /minus 2 days on either side of the date ).
If July 20th was calculated as your due date early in your pregnancy the date calculator works. However if your baby was born at term on July 20th and you are working backwards from that date you could be 2 wweks out either way.
Remember due dates are not exact. they are only an approximate due date. so i would guess you conceived around July 2007. I had my son on April 24th. he was due April 27th, but came sooner. Congrats!
January 8th, plus or minus 2 days. if you have a consistent 28 day cycle and due date was determined in a first trimester ultrasound
you most likely concieved on Jan 3...im due September 29 and i concieved Jan 6...hope this helps
Around June 3rd to June 13th.Your due date is 40 weeks after the first day of your last period.You actually conceive while you are fertile which is usually about 2 weeks AFTER the first day of your last period.So technically, the day you become pregnant, you are usually (medically speaking) 2 weeks pregnant.
I believe its 9 1/2 months prior if the baby is carried to term and is born naturally.
This is only 2 days difference, well within the bounds of normality. You conceived sometime around August 8. Your doctor will have worked the date out from your last period, and the scan measures the baby's size.
December possibly late September
July 2. An average pregnancy is 40 weeks, but seldom exactly on on that date.
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