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2006-09-13 07:13:02
2006-09-13 07:13:02

Put the months in letters as dates like this are very difficult to read, and it may be a fetus to the doctor but surely it is a baby to you. Only you can know who you had intercourse with and when. An LMP of 16 February gives a date of 23 November, an error on the sonogram of 8 days is not without the bounds of possibility especially if the sonongram was performed after 20 weeks.

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