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I cannot stop stressing about when I conceived.

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I cannot stop stressing about when I conceived. All of my dates are matching up to 3/11, but my boyfriend and I had sex on the 9th. But I also had sex on the 23rd. Could it have been I got pregnant from the 23rd? My periods are regular, but the thought alone is driving me crazy making me check back dates and obsess. Are ultrasounds wrong? If so by over a week? After I should have ovulated? I had a pos pregnancy test on 4-1. I'm just so scared. How many women ovulate on day 14, or around there? Is it likely to ovulated on day 24 or 25?


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replied November 8th, 2016
Depression During Pregnancy Answer A59342
hello,
Just relax. The ultrasound determines and tells the age counting from the last menstrual cycle.So, this means if you had it on X day--- you ovulated and subsequently conceived in you previous cycle on X-14/15 days back.
In your second query, if you have a regular 25-28 days of cycle, you should ovulate on day day 14.But, if you have a long cycle of 35 days , there is a possibility to ovulate later on day 18-22.


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