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I am due May 14th when did I concieve?

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3 years ago

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3 years ago
Count 40 weeks back from your due date... around august 21st... if you are trying to hide the fact that maybe this isnt somesone's baby, now is the time to come clean... the worst things would be for a guy to get close to a child and then find out otherwise... the good guys stick around, others don't, but your crediability and trust can be shot... plus telling this person allows you to control the timing
3 years ago
WHY DOES IT MATTER WHEN YOU CONCEIEVED YOUR CHILD? THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS IS THAT YOU AND YOUR CHILD ARE HEALTHY.
3 years ago
WHY DOES IT MATTER WHEN YOU CONCEIEVED YOUR CHILD? THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS IS THAT YOU AND YOUR CHILD ARE HEALTHY.
3 years ago
WHY DOES IT MATTER WHEN YOU CONCEIEVED YOUR CHILD? THE ONLY THING THAT MATTERS IS THAT YOU AND YOUR CHILD ARE HEALTHY.
3 years ago
pinkpaisley...could it possibly be idle curiousity without the knowledge to calculate it herself? Of course a healthy child is immportant, but sometimes it is fun to ask these questions...and sometimes it is necessary (medically, emotionally, legally) to know the answer.Shorty2005-I'm due May 15 and I concieved somewhere between August 20-24 so that is probably when you concieved as well.
3 years ago
if you really just have to know when you conceived then why don't you just do the math? or ask your doctor? i mean seriously, if it means that much to you.

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