Hello. I would go with the date the ultrasound gave you but ultrasound dates can be off by a few to 7 days. Both of them are right. You probably conceived somewhere between the two. Most women ovulate 14 days BEFORE the missed period, as you have a short cycle this would mean 10 days after your LMP which would account for 4 of the 7 days, and even early ultrasounds are only accurate to within 3 days. The exact date would only be important if there had been two different men, and even then you would need a paternity test as it would be impossible to tell with such close dates.
Generally, no. Pregnant women do not have menstrual cycles.
Women have cycles that are not all the same length but most women ovulate 14 days before a period is due. That is what makes the difference. At 7 weeks ultrasounds are accurate to within 3 days. At 20 weeks they are accurate within 5 days When I had my first pregnancy my cycle was 36 days which would mean my EDD would be 8 days early if my LMP was used, my US agreed with my cycle not my LMP. When I had my second pregnancy my cycle was 28 days and my ultrasound agreed with my LMP. So you are saying that the ultrasound is more accurate? Yes, the ultrasound is more accurate. I did go round the houses a bit to say it.
Electric clocks that plug in the wall (not battery operated) are probably the most accurate timepieces you can buy. These clocks count the cycles of alternating current. This make it a digital like clock and the electric company adds or subtracts cycles every so often to make it exactly accurate.
An ultrasound would be the best way for you to determine how far along the pregnancy is.
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This is not a question.
At different stages in their life cycles they have different temperatures and radiate different visible wavelengths.
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includes all sound waves above the frequency of human hearing--about 20 thousand hertz, or cycles per second. Medical ultrasound generally uses frequencies between one and 10 megahertz (1-10 MHz).
There are actually quite a few different cycles that will produce oxygen. Photosynthesis in plants is just one of these cycles.
no different types of butterflies have different life cycles
Air standard cycles are conceived to permit thermodynamic calculations using the well-known and readily available thermodynamic properties of air. The results of such calculations may be used to predict compression ratio, specific heat ratio, and other operating parameters effects on thermal efficiency of a number of heat engines such as the Otto Cycle Heat Engine , the Diesel Cycle Heat Engine, and the Brayton Cycle Heat Engine.
each cycle is connected In different ways
Life cycles of higher animals are alike, as they are diploid and reproduce sexually ,but there are different types of life cycles in lower animals .
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No. They are two different cycles.
The average menstrual cycles lasts 28 days - but different women may experience different menstrual cycle lengths, and cycles can change throughout a woman's life.
water cycles life cycles human cycles rock cycles butterfly cycles energy cycles
It depends on the processor. They often have a different number of Cycles per Instruction. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cycles_Per_Instruction)
Different environments are encountered. It involves all spheres of biosphere.
Each plant or animal has it's very own life cycle. To learn the life cycles of endangered plants and animals, one would have to research each plant or animal individually in order to receive and accurate answer.