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    My daughter was born on September 26th (her due date) and was conceived either Dec 31st or Jan 1st.

    All the best!

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    Does 1 day really matter?

    When did you dtd?

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    I agree with the December conception. Congrats.

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    Don't stress, it's your partner's. Congrats.

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    Congrats on bub. How are hints with your boyfriend now? Something to keep in the back if your mind is to see your doc about getting tested for STDs.

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    My bub was IVF. The egg was fertilised (equivalent to doing the deed) on Dec 11. She was due Sept 8.

    No way can it be from nov sex. The baby would have been very developed and much bigger during the scan.

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    Default PLEASE help. Killing myself with stress over this.

    Your due date is calculated from what the first day of your last period was, so there are about two weeks in your 40 week pregnancy where you actually aren't pregnant yet. It is impossible to actually determine the exact day when most women conceive, most don't know when they released the egg, sperm can live in you for 6 days etc. so it is easiest for Dr's to determine your due date from your last period. My nephew was born around your due date and conceived around Christmas/New Years. Midwives joke that the end of September is their busiest time since people get a little 'crazy' around the holiday season. Your due date is spot on for a NYE conception.


 

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