Dating pregnancy ultrasound vs lmp

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The articles assist in the understanding of the anatomy involved in treating specific conditions and performing procedures.Meet other parents who are due at the same time as you! Share your experiences (good and not so good) with other parents and let us know if you have any helpful tips. You can calculate your due date by subtracting three months from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP) and then add a week. A pregnancy is based on being 280 days long, which is 40 weeks (more like 10 months not 9! When we give you a due date we consider 37 to 42 weeks to be full-term, so even if your baby is born two weeks before your due date it is not considered premature.So you could be measuring as less but then the babe goes through a growth spurt.Ultimately they're going to come when they're good and ready anyway lol. my ultrasounds kept telling me a later date than my LMP and my daughter ended up coming at 37.5 weeks (going by LMP) so you never know..I picked my lmp one, as it was later, and they say FTMs usually go late..turned out my dd appeared closer to the dating ultrasound (2 days earlier)..this time, I think I'll take my ultrasound dates. the week of..., last time I usually said Labour Day weekend (lmp was sept 3, u/s was sept 1), which always brought some chuckles...

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