Your first name Sarah Gestational Age 13 weeks 5 days Your Estimated Due Date May 30th Your Team Green ( for now) Important Dates Gender ultrasound 12/27/12 State or Country you are from NebraskaView Thread
Hey ladies I am almost 28 weeks so i am headed up to the third trimester board! Thank you all so much for helping me out when i posted questions. It has been fun to see all of you finding out boy or girl, and see all of your questions as well! Look forward to seeing you there! View Thread
I use i-am-pregnant.com to help me Here, i will show you how it breaks it down for my due date of January 19th:
There are 105 days until your due date on January 19, 2011. You are 175 days pregnant. You are 5.7 months pregnant. You are in your 6th month of pregnancy. Your 1st trimester: April 14, 2010 to July 13, 2010. (0 - 12 weeks) Your 2nd trimester: July 14, 2010 to October 26, 2010. (13 - 27 weeks) Your 3rd trimester: October 27, 2010 to January 19, 2011. (28 - 40 weeks)
This help me a lot when trying to tell others so I just tell them i am almost six months pregnant View Thread
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