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Thread: ovulation and EDD

  1. #1

    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    Eastern 'Burbs

    Default ovulation and EDD

    If you know when you ovulated and conceived (give or take a day), how many weeks from that time is considered 'full term'?
    Only asking as I was on clomiphene and was wondering in advance what 'overdue' for me will be (should it come to that).

  2. #2

    Join Date
    Feb 2003
    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Australia


    Your estimated due date is based on 40 weeks, but only 3-5% of babies are born on their estimated date. Term is classed from 38-42 weeks. It's much better to go by your own dates if you know them rather than ultrasound, which have a margin of error even with early scans by around 5 days or more.
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