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Abit confused !

(4 Posts)
aley1989 Sat 07-Jun-14 15:36:02

I'm probably just digging here as that's what I do sometimes
Yesterday at my scan I was one day further then I thought from a Prev scan ( I was 12+5) as apose to two weeks exactly before when I had a scan at 10+4 ANYWAY, this would mean I conceived when I had intercorse 2 days after my period ended that would put me at exactly the date they are saying , i didn't realise this was possible I mean I know it can happen anytime but I guess that means I ovulated super fast after period ended ? Anyone else had this?
All is good with baby , just seems alittle odd I hadn't thought it about until this morning. I have googled and several woman say they got pregnant the day after their period ended. I didn't keep track of ovulation, so I don't have that to compare to. I know it shouldn't matter as baby is fine but u do wonder ..

picnicbasketcase Sat 07-Jun-14 15:40:52

I think you can ovulate at pretty much any time during your cycle, it won't necessarily always be right in the middle.

porcito Sat 07-Jun-14 16:14:34

I was also told that the dates aren't 100% accurate; my baby's measured at about 5 different dates now!

ohthegoats Sat 07-Jun-14 16:48:30

I've also been measured at several different dates - and my LMP is 2 weeks away from my current EDD. It was a first cycle for me after a coil was taken out, so I have no idea whether the period I had was 'real' or just a reaction to no coil, I have no idea when I ovulated, and we had LOADS of sex over the Christmas and NY period because a) we were on holiday for part of it, and b) the weather was so shit that we didn't go out much! If I go by LMP dates, then we apparently had sex during the week the boyfriend wasn't talking to me about some stupid thing.

Basically, who the hell knows... the baby will arrive when it arrives.

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