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Asked by Maddys&emilysmommy

Q: What do you go by, Ovultaion of LMP?

So im trying to figure out how far along i am, and im doing terrible!! the date from my last period puts me at 39 days or 5 weeks pregnant..Today is Cycle day 39 for me!
OR
Do i go By Ovultation??
I think i Ovulated on the 10th of this month, but when i go to use that info in the Countdown Due date calc. it tells me i shouldnt have got a + home test till the 24th, and this would put me at July 3rd for a Due date. I got my BFP with FRER at 9 DPO that was the 19th of this month (OCT)
..hmm..
Am i Due between June 26th and June 28 ..or is it more like July 3rd??

My Period started on the 19th of September..if that helps?..I temped not very well i might add, and i used OPK's



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This question was asked Oct. 28, 2013 1:11pm
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Answered by Ttc no 1 - Oct. 29, 2013 4:28am
you go by ur lmp hun, never go by ovulation. my last period was 23rd september. im 5w1d pregnant and im due 28th june =] good luck

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Answered by dakotagurrl - Oct. 28, 2013 1:20pm
Oh, and most sites that provide weekly info about what's happening with ur pregnancy go by gestation, so just add 2wks to ur O date and that's where u are in gestation. Its all based off O on cd14...which we dont all have.



Answered by dakotagurrl - Oct. 28, 2013 1:17pm
Gestational age is from LMP, its less accurate then fetal age, which is from conception (ur O date). If u know ur O date, I would go by that. The avg person doesnt track their cycles like we do so they go by LMP til their first ultrasound. Congrats!! =))

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