Doctors are scientists, not psychics. Your doctor was making his best guess with what information he had. Chances are the scan provided more detailed information and is more correct. The exact date of conception is nearly impossible to figure out unless the woman can say with certainty.
you can, but it is risky for the baby's sake, i would wait until you are atleast 12 weeks and then have a Aminocentesis at your local hospital (ask your doctor!) you MIGHT be able to tell from that, but it will not be bullet-proof! the BEST way is to wait until the baby is born and then carry a DNA test out.
If you think you are pregnant go to the doctor to have a blood pregnancy test done.
X-rays are just about never "healthy", but if your physician knew that you were pregnant then he'd have made the decision whether the advantage to you would have been worth the risk for the baby.
Go see a doctor and have a test done and a ultrasound.
If the doctor knows you are 30 weeks pregnant and wants to do it, it's probably safe. If you have questions, talk to the doctor and find out if there are any risks and what they are.
There is possibly a way, but it is a lot cheaper and easier to do after the baby is born. It can be done while still in the hospital.
When one is forty weeks pregnant, the baby is basically done developing and is ready to be part of the world. The baby's internal organs should be working as well. One will experience increased pains due to pressure when one is forty weeks pregnant.
Ultrasound predictions of how far along someone is get worse and worse the longer the person is pregnant. An ultrasound predicting 28 weeks pregnant could be 2 weeks off (either more or less); by the end of pregnancy, they can be as many as three weeks off. The best ultrasounds to get to predict due dates are those done in the first trimester (first three months). In this case, having an ultrasound predicting 28 weeks pregnant and a physician predicting 30 could be about the same thing. "Feeling" 30-32 weeks pregnant also isn't the best predictor either, as different physicians and nurses may estimate differently. Hope this helps! Dr. B.
Observing the fetus by ultrasound is usually done during the first trimester. This can be done as early as 6 to 7 weeks but is unusual if no problems are thought to exist. The normal first can imaging is done between 11 and 13 weeks
no way that would be silly and could harm your baby!!! hope i helped :-) at 7 weeks not much harm could be done on a little ride like that but if more then 10 weeks and it gets dangerous
yes but it is high risk and you would definently be put on bedrest for a long time in the hospital and dialysis would be done everyday. it is alot on your body and the baby and it is always ends up as premature labor.
If you are really pregnant , you will not get your periods till your delivery is done.