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When you find out your pregnant

it shows that the first 2 weeks of pregnancy is before you even ovulate. I am very confused. The calculate in the time from your menstration to the time you conceived. Are you aware of that?

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Anonymous

Asked by Anonymous at 3:11 PM on Feb. 23, 2010 in Trying to Conceive

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  • They go by the time you menstruation is. Because no one knows when you conceived so it is easier for Dr to go by when your last period is. I have always know that. Learned that in health class in 6th grade.

    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 3:15 PM on Feb. 23, 2010

  • I must've been asleep in health class. No actually they never really talked about pregnancy they just talked about sex and std's. Maybe if they talked about pregnancy as well 16 year olds wouldn't be knocked up lol
    Anonymous

    Answer by Anonymous at 3:19 PM on Feb. 23, 2010

  • yep that's right, it is considered from the first day pf your last period... and there is a reason. Even while your body is getting rid of the old lining of your uterus, the new egg is starting to grow in the ovary. If you are pegnant and go for an ultrasound in the first trimester they might say your dates are wrong by a week or so. What you need to remember is... IT DOESN"T MATTER. You can go into labour anytime from 37 wks to 42 wks and be considered full term. As long as the baby is growing at a good rate, and you are well, the actual date is just an "average" date
    myheartx4

    Answer by myheartx4 at 3:02 AM on Feb. 24, 2010

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