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Old 12-21-2012, 05:48 PM   #6
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Re: Which would be considered better? (long)

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Thirty-eight weeks might would be the perfect time for baby to born, if it was just the right time for that particular baby and if you could be absolutely certain that thirty-eight weeks was exactly as far along you were. Since you can't predict these things from the outside, I don't think this aspect can be determined accurately.
I know my dates within 1 day. I had a blood test on the 5/26 due to having a kidney infection. I started testing within 5 days of then and the day AF was due (6/11), I got a BFP. I had been testing because of symptoms and got faint +'s before then. Plus when I went in for my 1st appt, my old OB did an U/S to see if it was viable (too many MC's) and had my conception date of 5/26 instead of 5/25 like I had.
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