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    DD measured 4 weeks big and came out 3.1kg (7lb). This time at 32 weeks I am measuring 37 weeks. I'm not too concerned as it was very inaccurate last time...but this baby is a boy so I guess anything is possible!

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    Default Measuring BIG...

    So she "felt" you and said you are measuring 3 weeks ahead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    So she "felt" you and said you are measuring 3 weeks ahead?
    felt AND measured. im going with growth spurt and it's all gonna even out. I dont even look big, infact ppl are saying how tiny my bump is!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laydeebug View Post
    At 34 weeks I was measuring 41...
    I dont put much faith in fundal height at all.

    but I guess we will see in the next month!!

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    THIS!!! I measured 6 weeks ahead for the last trimester using the fundal height. I also had scans to make sure the baby wasn't big.

    Fundal height means nothing!!! My baby was born on the 25th percentile at 40+3 even though I was measuring 6 weeks ahead lol

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    Default Measuring BIG...

    Additionally, the earlier scans are more accurate in dating (eg less than 12 week scans). If anything after that says you are measuring ahead or behind, then it's more about having a big/small baby rather than changing the conception date.

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