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I'm so concerned and need help? Ok so I had my period May 22 and they last 7 days I had sex with someone May 31st-June 1st and I had another sex partner June 5th-6th I also had a sex partner June 13th I bleed again June 14th but not sure if it was my period cause it was so light and it didn't last 7 days. I went to the ER July 29th because I was feeling bad and there I found out I was pregnant by a blood test they also did an ultrasound and stated I was 6 weeks and 6 days pregnant at the time I didn't ask them the due date cause I didn't care.....I don't know why Sad!! The thing to it is that I have irregular cycles, they not an average 28 days, I never know when to expect them, I don't know if my luteal phase 14 days, I don't know if the ultrasound is right, I just want to know when was my ovulation days, fertile days, and when did I conceive cause all these conception, ovulation, due date calendars, calculators, etc are inaccurate. HELP :'-(


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replied September 21st, 2013
Pregnancy Q and A Answer A44796
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
If your menstrual cycles have been irregular, it is difficult to predict your ovulation time and comment on the probable conception date. If you have your ultrasound scan report, you may count back form the mentioned date (the duration of gestational age) backwards to reach your probable conception date (as the ultrasound scan will show the gestational age based on baby’s/fetus’s growth and development). If there was no periods in between your different sexual encounters, it is difficult to comment who would have fathered your baby. The intercourse closer to your ovulation day is likely to result in pregnancy and if your due date (completion of 40 weeks of gestation) is known, then you can count back to know your probable conception date and current gestational age. Ultrasound scan done for dating can also help with knowing your probable conception date. The exact results of who has fathered the baby can only be made out after a Paternity test. For further evaluation, clarification and assistance, visit your doctor/gynecologist. Be in regular monitoring and follow-up with your treating doctor/gastroenterologist and report any new/abnormal symptoms immediately.
Take care.


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