Conception Confusion: How To Tell When I REALLY got pregnant?!
So before I begin I'd like to just say: Yes I did sleep with two different men in a closely related time frame. No, I don't make a normal practice of it and yes I do take responsibility for my decisions.
According to what I know I am currently 24 weeks pregnant and a few days.
When I initially did the math I was accepting of the fact that the man I slept with on the 23rd of June was the Father of my child.
After some discomfort with my dates, I began to back track. Roughly around the 28-29th of May I slept with another man. I had what I thought to be a period, but now am being told could have been implantation bleeding on June 9th.
If I conceived on the 23rd of June, the night I had sex, wouldn't I be a few weeks less pregnant? And if I conceived sometime after the end of May wouldn't I be a few weeks more?
I'm so confused. According to the math, I'm X amount of days pregnant which leads back to the first man but my due date says its the 2nd.
Can anyone help me sort this out? Is there ANY possibility that it could be the first man in May?
Remember, you conceive at *already* 2 weeks pregnant. 40 weeks is based from date of LMP (assuming 28 day cycles). To make it even more confusing, it seems that people use "gestational age" as either the same thing (from LMP) or from actual existence of a possibly baby (from date of conception, aka "fetal age"). I'd clarify with your sonographer / provider, but my guess would be they're giving you dates assuming day 0 would be LMP, and day 14 would be conception.
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