Can dating ultrasound be wrong validating identified objects
Because babies are born premature too, so being ready early is best. Sometimes they are late, but the Dr will watch you closely. Hi...i went to ultrasound yesterday, the doc said i am 16 weeks and 5 days & i was like what! and if you're that worried prepare ahead..if you have to get a planned C-section if baby is coming your water still breaks you'll still lose mucus plug and you'll still have a show..you're C-section date is wrong trust me that baby will let you know it's time..
enjoy your pregnancies and be happy that you're bringing a beautiful new life into the world stop stressing over everything..luck to all They dont change your due date but i know for a fact that the scans can be wrong sometimes as i have had 2 of my kids come out on the date that I had predicted and the scans were about 14 days off.
I am currently pregnant again and again the scan is showing i'm 2 weeks behind than what i think my due date is.
I use a period app to help me keep track of my periods so as soon as i found out my app did my calculations for me.
Sometimes a trans-vaginal examination shows that your pregnancy is less advanced than expected.
Because babies are born premature too, so being ready early is best. Sometimes they are late, but the Dr will watch you closely. In the same boat, the first ultrasound has due date on 3/24 but conception date calculator has it on 3/9. I believe and ultrasound can be wrong because with my first child the ultrasound gave a date of 06/01/06, my baby came 05/19/06. So yes, I think an ultrasound could be wrong although probably not often.
They are the best educated guess the Dr can come up with and usually pretty accurate.
With all 6 of my pregnancies, only one due date was changed after the first ultrasound as that baby continually measured 2 weeks big.
For transvaginal ultrasound you can have an empty bladder Dating scans are usually recommended if there is doubt about the validity of the last menstrual period.
For example if you a tiny sac can be seen in the uterus, but the baby and its heart beat may not be detected yet.