Dating pregnancy ultrasound vs lmp

12-Feb-2017 09:11 by 2 Comments

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The accuracy of using your LMP to date your pregnancy depends on having regular cycles and assumes you ovulated (released an egg) on day 14 of your cycle and conceived right away - ­ none of which may be true.

Try not to stress (it's hard I know) but you have a lovely healthy heartbeat and that's the main thing..The cookies contain no personally identifiable information and have no effect once you leave the Medscape site.If your periods are the normal 28 days apart then in general your LMP will be more accurate than a scan.So I am really just fussing over nothing likely, but dates being off does make me worry slightly, even after getting to see that tiny little flutter of a heartbeat going this pregnancy.From what you are saying I think your ovulation dates may be off.So it could be anytime from 14th to 21st my daughter came at 39 4.

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.I've had 3mc so I know how hard it is but just try take it day by day xx Thanks, I guess I'm just fussing because I had a bad time with ultrasounds last pregnancy.I was 10 weeks along but measured 7 weeks and had a missed miscarriage.When you have a repeat ultrasound it should be able to give you more accurate measurements.The most important thing right now is you have a nice healthy heartbeat. Yolk sac apparent, heartbeat 126 bpm, and due date is. But, by that, it's saying that my last period would have been Aug 19th, but it definitely wasn't that late. Plus, according to the extended calculator, I wouldn't have gotten a positive test until the 16th. Also the dates based on scan measurements are really just an accurate guess..