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    Default Due date?

    I'm confused (and I shouldn't be this is my 3rd baby lol) trying to work out my due date for #3 ... I know the date we conceived (wasn't a lot of choice that month!) ... Do I start counting the weeks from the date we conceived or the date of my last af?

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    I would count back 2 weeks from your O date and start from there as that's how they normally count the 40 weeks.

    Or, you can simply count 38 weeks from when you O'd!

    I just found a due date calculator, put in my LMP and changed the number of days in my cycle. I was only out by 2 days compared to the US.

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    Google it!

    There are many calculators online that let you enter you o date and calculate it for you.


 

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