Dating pregnancy long cycle

Medscape uses cookies to customize the site based on the information we collect at registration.The cookies contain no personally identifiable information and have no effect once you leave the Medscape site.But I made sure to tell them I knew when I ovulated, which other than my midwife, no one believed me.I should have printed off the conversation I had in the TTC #1 section on here that day and took it in with me as proof! However with mine I had a miscarriage and didnt have a proper LMP but I told them when I ovulated based on when I had sex, when i got my positive result and we worked out my date as Sat 7th July (which would make me 37 weeks tomorrow).

For example, I used to have my period every 34-35 days/month. x So her'es what I think but not sure if I am right....

I don't have a regular cycle so this is probably why.

Sorry long cycles don't mean bubs will be overdue, as your EDD would be based on scans if your LMP and scan sizes didn't match up. I'll just think that way so that I don't worry much LOL My EDD based on the first day of my last period was 5th June and based on my scan is 22nd June.

If your date has been calculated based on LMP and a 28 day cycle then yes as if you have a 35 day cycle your due date would technically be later but they normal ask what your cycle is when they calculate your date.

If your ovulation date is late enough and your scans never forced them to readjust your due date I guess it could but then that would mean your baby is measuring bigger than normal which couldn't be a good thing.

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