at my first appt they checked me and the based how far along I was on the average of 3 measurments. I was 5 weeks 6 days. And we thought it was flickering a bit but couldnt be sure. Went back in on about a week later and it was there and they changed my due date. Even the Drs are not always completely sure how far you are that early. Good luck View Thread
When did everyone share the big news with family and friends? I am 9 weeks today and only immediate family knows so far. I was thinking of waiting until 11 or 12 weeks I have an ultrasound coming up right around then. I have kept everything quiet since my sister miscarried 3 weeks before I found I out we were expecting and she had to tell the whole world that she lost it. I may be being paranoid.View Thread
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