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    Quote Originally Posted by Goanaspaner View Post
    Are you being rude??
    Enlighten yourself and read above posts..
    No I wasn't being rude at all, it was a genuine question. I honestly don't understand and wanted someone to explain. The above pp did not clarify at all HOW all the hormones can affect edd. When I look at the poster on the wall of my clinic it shows that 38 weeks from EPU is the gestation, so it would make sense to me that that is how you would get edd. I have never been told that the hormones cause you to lose/gain days and affect edd and it just confused me. But Lily has explained it for me and now I understand, thanks.

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