Pregnancy due date by cycle length

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Avatar n tn If your average cycle length is 28 days from day 1 of a period to day 1 of the next period, you would be at about 19 weeks pregnant and your due date would be May 14, 2009. I agree that you should have seen a doctor by now if you have not. It would be time for an ultrasound, at the least.
Avatar f tn This will depend on the length of your cycle, and also on when you got your due date -- was it by ultrasound? and if so, how far along where you when you got it? But it sounds (speaking very generally) more likely to be the September 4 man than the mid-August man.
Avatar f tn If you are not due a scan yet there are due date calculators on line that take account of your cycle length. When everyou are due I hope all goes well!
Avatar f tn If I just put in my lmp, my date is about 6 days ahead of if I adjust for my cycle length. I just say I due any time in may! Hope that is helpful and not confusing!
Avatar f tn Ive used calulators using the 21 day cycle even the proper nhs one and it says im due 30th Sept coz of my cycle length. I have my scan on the 26th im just wondering.
190838 tn?1226613607 x The calculators that are most accurate are the ones you put your usual cycle length on as well as lmp date, as due dates depend on cycle length too. If my cycle was 28 dys then I would be due on 4th but as it's 29 then it's a day later...
Avatar n tn s head and length and weight and femur length to get the due date. While babies mature and grow at different rates, and the u/s due date may change back and forth by a few days each time, it is usually the more accurate measurement.
Avatar f tn Yay we r due the same date. That's great to find a mommy due on the same date as mine. Where are you from I'm in Jersey.
Avatar n tn //www.babycenter.
Avatar f tn therefore, someone with a shorter lp may not get their bfp until later than someone with a longer lp because they are probably testing around af due date). The cycle length determines when we ovulate, but 10 days past ovulation simply means you are testing ten days after you ovulated (whether your cycle is 20, 30, or 40 days). Best wishes!
589762 tn?1330207135 Depending on the due date calculator I used, my due date changes. If I go by the online one that uses your exact cycle length, my due date is 1/4/09 ...(tho I somehow have been saying 1/8/09 ...maybe 'cause I liked the numbers! lol). If I go by the doctor's due date calc (which uses the average 28 day cycle), I'm due 12/31/08. So I'm between 29 and 30 weeks.
Avatar n tn If not yet, you've still got about a week which is considered normal (especially if your due date was hard to calculate, e.g.unsure of conception date, or you had longer or shorter than normal cycle length - it's not an exact calculation at all!) All I can recommend is raspberry leaf tea, no idea if it really works but it tastes ok and can't hurt!
Avatar f tn I am now back to the weight before I got pregnant and almost half way done, not quite but by week 20. It will be interesting.
Avatar n tn Most calculators will assume a 28-day cycle, whether you go by ovulation or LMP, so since you calculated by your ovulation date, the calculator probably just counted back 14 days to get the LMP date of November 11. If your cycles are irregular in length, you're definitely better off using your ovulation date to calculate due date.
Avatar f tn You could have ovulated early or late, or the baby may have implanted late. Also, depending on your cycle length, the due date may not be what is calculated on the standard "OB wheel".
Avatar f tn Because everyone goes by the first day of the last period, everyone isnt technically pregnant for the first part, the first part is when your cycle begins and is when you body is doing the prep work for a possible pregnancy... it also make sence to go by this date as most women know when they had their period last but very few know the actual date they ovualted...
Avatar f tn So they base it on your LMP, and 40 weeks later is when you are due. They can change your due date after you have an ultrasound in the early weeks to tell how far along you are by measuring the baby. So it is confusing, but in the end it turns out right.
Avatar n tn Yes.
Avatar f tn Would it be better to go more by my symptoms than my due date? First my due date was 5/16 based on lmp 8/9...i had another cycle 2 weeks later around 8/24 but they said they dont count that one because it was not "regular". Next my due date became 6/7 because of the babies size. This is my second pregnancy but i feel i am experiencing symptoms of 15-17 weeks, i have been feeling the baby move for a couple of weeks now and i am showing.
Avatar f tn My doctor gave me an due date of April 6th based on my LMP but my ultrasound gave me an due date of April 1st. In order to get an more accurate ovulation date which due date should I go by? Are ultrasounds always accurate to calculate ovulation or are ultrasounds more based on the babys size?
Avatar f tn I'm 35+4 pregnant. Due August 25. I thought your pregnancy goes by your LMP & cycle. Okay my LMP was November 15, 2012 my cycle is 34 days. I had sex with my ex November 26 & 28. Then had sex December 3rd with my boyfriend. I know this sounds confusing but who would be the father? Both men know about the situation & are happy. But its urking me.
Avatar f tn oh and how long is your cycle, and when was the first day of your last period...