am trying to figure out why my doctor is telling me i am due in aug when my ultrasound says i am due in july. thats a three week difference. aug twenty second is what the doctor says. july thirtyth is what the ultrasound says. then i asked the doctor and he says it could be between thoes dates. i said but its three weeks difference. he then said well the baby could come anytime. i feel like the baby will be here next month in july. but i dont know what to think.im gonna ask another doctor at the office and see what they say. my doctor is off tomorrow when i have my appointment. what should i do? its kinda weird that i have a three weeks difference. i did check when i last had my perioud and it came out that it was july which would be my due date. but still what should i do? i need advice.View Thread
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