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user1466456636 Sat 25-Jun-16 10:15:16

hi everyone i had a scan on the 20th of june I was 8 weeks 4 days pregnant, how far am i now and when about did I conceive? Thanks everyone

Ginger06 Sat 25-Jun-16 13:44:00

You must have conceived around the 2nd April

user1466456636 Sat 25-Jun-16 15:02:31

wouldn't that make me a lot further than i am tho if i conceived then?

Jodie1982 Sat 25-Jun-16 17:48:06

Sorry I've had a huge brain fart lol can't work it out. I'm 11 wks tomorrow and last period was 10th April so you wouldn't of conceived 2nd April as previous poster suggests.

missybct Sat 25-Jun-16 18:45:17

You'd be 9 weeks 2 days by my calculations if you were 8w 4 days on the scan last week (do bear in mind these aren't totally accurate at this stage) so I work out that you would have conceived around 7th May (ish).

Wolfiefan Sat 25-Jun-16 18:56:04

Your mw will tell you how many weeks you are. Why do you need to know the exact day you conceived?

Scarydinosaurs Sat 25-Jun-16 19:08:46

I think missy is correct, but read your scan letter, it will all be on there.

DOC date of conception

EDD estimated due date

Annabrooke90 Sat 25-Jun-16 19:12:56

Even 12 weeks scans are not totally accurate to the day so early scans are not either; according to my 12 week scan I found out I was pregnant 5 days after conception which is obviously not true. It is just an estimate based on averages, there is a margin of error. But yes it would be around the days of 7th of may.

user1466456636 Sun 26-Jun-16 11:33:06

thankyou ladies Xx

KayTee87 Sun 26-Jun-16 14:36:42

9+2 now (depending who's counting) conception around 13th may however sperm can survive for several days after sex.

KayTee87 Sun 26-Jun-16 14:39:09

They add 2 weeks onto your estimated conception date at your scan so you would count back the number of weeks pregnant you've been told you are then forward 2 weeks.

KayTee87 Sun 26-Jun-16 14:40:37

Argh skipped a week 7th may is correct hate the calendar on my phone!

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