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    Default Measuring 2 weeks ahead!

    I'm nearly 34 weeks but an US has just shown baby is about 2.6kg and measuring at nearly 36 weeks! Has anyone had this and gone early? I've been having awful Braxton Hicks.

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    yes and no. I've measured 2/3 weeks ahead with all four of my kids.
    had one two weeks late.
    one two weeks early.
    one three weeks early.
    and one 3 weeks early but scheduled c sect so who knows when he would have come.

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    I'm 28 weeks & bub is measuring 3 weeks ahead. Ours is an IVF baby so we know our dates are correct. I too have been wondering if it means I will go early.

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    I was measuring 2 weeks ahead for much of my pregnancy with DD and she was born at 39+6.

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    I was always measuring ahead with DS. Measured 3 weeks ahead at the 32 week scan. I was always confident about my dates and thought I might go early.... Nope! I actually ended up being induced 10 days over with nil signs of labour. DS was 4.45kg.

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    Thanks everyone!

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    I just can't believe how awful the braxtons are this time, really hard and tough to walk through. I'm not sure if it's worse because bub seems to be bigger?! I'm thinking of moving into my bathtub til this bub is born. I guess we all start looking for singes of impending labour the minute we realize how tired we are of being UTD!


 

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