Is It Possible To Bring Dates Forward I E Can LMP Be Wrong

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QA - August 17

Hi, all throughout my pregnancy I have suspected that my dates are out by approximately two weeks. Reasons being: 1. I don't see my husband often and I can pinpoint the dates that we had intercourse 2. Because of point 1 according to my LMP my husband wasn't even home when I conceived (and no I didn't have an affair of sorts) 3. My last period (used to calculate the LMP) was very very light and barely noticeable so I am thinking it was possibly implantation bleeding. During every scan my little one also showed continiously that she was growing two weeks faster (consistently) I am now 34.5 weeks pregnant and the baby is measuring as if I was 37.5 weeks. She picked up 500g in the last two weeks! Doctor then sent me for Gestational diabetes tests today to make sure it is not because of that. During my pregnancy I haven't had cravings and have been eating healthy - worst sugary content stuff was probably fruit. Doc said that it could be that I picked up diabetes, that the baby is just huge or that the dates are out. I am worried about the diabetes, but believe that it is not that cause I haven't had one hickup during my pregnancy and have also been healthy - not even a runny nose. What do you think, what are the changes of my dates being out and if they are out what is the next step i.e would the doctor bring the dates forward - is there a way to test for it to make sure that it is not just a big baby? I mean you won't neccessarily want to take the baby out earlier (prem). Because my husband is not at home I have opted for a C-Section to ensure that he is at home at the scheduled time. If the dates are out and if one cannot bring them in that means I'd have to start going into labour naturally before they'd do the c-section. What are your oppinnions on this situation?

 

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