My periods are not 28 days they never have been. Last time I was pregnant all my ultrasounds dated me a week younger then my due date so technically he was a big 37 weeks and 4 days instead of an average 38 and 4 days if you go by the ultrasounds, oh well no issues at all except a little skinny for his height.
This time my periods were every 23-25 days so I guess what I'm concerned about is them teling me that I'm 36 weeks(ie technically premature) when I'm really 37 weeks again and I really don't want history of premature labor in my chart if it doesn't have to be.
If you had kind of the weird ultrasound dates and or shorter/longer periods did your doctor listen to you and correct your due date or did they just go with the LMP like mine? I have to get a different doctor this time so is there a way to tell the new doc that my about this difference in dates or do you just kind of have to deal with it?
Update: Ok long story short I already have a hard time finding a doctor on our plan because of previous multiple micarriage,previous twin loss,previous c-section and now a possible previa. I DON"T NEED ANY MORE THINGS ON MY RECORDS MAKING IT HARD TO FIND A DOCTOR. I'm already down to like 12 out of 60 on the HMO and it's the baby season here so they fill up fast. I'm almost down to just the guy who had his liscence suspended 10 years ago.Answer Question
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