Meri date nhi aai esbar...2octobar thi meri date but ..?

Meri date nhi aai esbar...2octobar thi meri date but abhi tk nhi aai kiska kya mtlb hh

Manityagi asked on 08 Nov '16 at 00:40

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Manityagi answer on 08 Nov '16 at 00:43

Pls answer mei

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Chase answer on 09 May '11 at 18:13

It is counted exactly the same, however it's more likely that the estimated due date might be off by a week or so if you have an irregular cycle. Your doctor will have a better idea after your ultrasounds.

Greta answer on 09 May '11 at 22:02

Yes you should most pregnancy test won't show a positive result before at least a week after your missed date.

~ ? zaiden's mommy ? ~ answer on 10 May '11 at 01:43

I was only a "fingertip" dilated until I went to the hospital and was induced. I went for my regular check-up 2 days before my due date and told my OB I was SO tired of being pregnant and that it was a good weekend for me to have my son because my husband was off work for several days straight so I went in that night (at about 1/2 cm dilated) and they gave me a pill - I can't remember what it was called - that got me contracting. I had regular contractions until about 3 AM but didn't dilate. They started my pitocin then and I really contracted hard but still didn't dilate. About 8 AM I was in so much pain but only about 2 1/2 cm so my OB came in and told them to get my epidural going and right afterward he came back in and broke my water. I went from 2 1/2 to 3 cm at about 9 AM to 10 cm at 12 PM, started pushing at 12:05PM and my son was born at 12:48PM! However, the nurse at my OB's office walked around at 3 cm for 2 weeks so, like you said, everyone is totally different! And just because you might dilate early this pregnancy, your next may be like mine. Either way, GOOD LUCK and CONGRATS!!!!!!

Ntemp01 answer on 10 May '11 at 03:10

Yes.....it's very common. Many 1st pregnancies go past their due date anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks. These days it is rare that a doctor will let you go past 2 weeks without trying to induce you. The time will come...don't worry you won't be pregnant forever, even if it feels like it sometimes.

Ntemp01 answer on 10 May '11 at 03:24

Yes.....it's very common. Many 1st pregnancies go past their due date anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks. These days it is rare that a doctor will let you go past 2 weeks without trying to induce you. The time will come...don't worry you won't be pregnant forever, even if it feels like it sometimes.