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Pregnant. How do I confirm my fetal age? Ovulated after LMP?

Okay, here goes. My LMP was August 17th and I started on Clostil on August 20th (recommended by my OBG). I am now pregnant but only had sexual intercourse with my Partner on September 3,4 & 5. My first pregnancy test were very pale to the point u had to hold it up to the light to see. I visited my OBG on Sept 20th & U/S showed nothing, we even thought it was a false neg. He told me to come back on Sept 27th n there it was a Sac. HE didn t tell me how old I was at the time but based on my cal I guessing I m now around 6wks fetal age n 8 wks gestational but due to the time I had my period and when I had intercourse I didn t know it would have been possible to be preggo. How many days do u think I ovalated for with the Clostil and the fact I got preggo around those dates?? And is this even possible, I thought I would have only ovalated 14dys after LMP??? Please assist.
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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Mar 2016
Welcome to HCM.
Basically ovulation occurs 14 days before expected date of regular period. But it may differ with irregular period.
GA is calculated from 1st day of LMP (in your case 17th Sept) to till date of wk.
USG scan not able to give detailed fetal profile in early wk. Gestational sac and fetal pole are visible on TAS on 6wk and 8 wk respectively and on TVS 4wk & 6 wk respectively.
So consult with your gynecologist and take advice to smooth Antenatal Period.
Be well.
Answered: Wed, 27 Apr 2016
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