Jodi - posted on 12/27/2013
Face ----> Palm
Honestly, lady, I have told you in a different post, as well as in this one, there is no way to know exactly. WHAT PART OF THAT ARE YOU NOT UNDERSTANDING???? There is no accurate science when it comes to exact conception dates. You know what, if all you people stopped having sex with more than one person, you wouldn't care so much!!!!
End of rant.
Jodi - posted on 12/26/2013
Because that works out to be 41 weeks (have you counted it out?), and you could easily be out a week or so with dates, because they only use LMP as the estimate - your cycle and when you conceived within your cycle makes for variations. A variation of a week isn't that big a deal.
With regard to when you actually conceived, no-one can really tell you exactly when. Measuring due dates is not an exact science - that's why they call it an Estimated Due Date.
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