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if im 11 weeks & 3 days when did i get pregnant

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2 years ago

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2 years ago
About 9 weeks ago.
2 years ago
For some reason they add two weeks from the time of conception. I don't know why. I was really confused by that with my last pregnancy.
2 years ago
so that means i got pregnant on thanksgivin or b4 thanksgivin ??
2 years ago
The 11 week 3 days is most likely when you had your last period. So people tend to ovulate about 2 weeks after the start of their period. Which would be around when you would of concieved. This is not 100% because people ovualte at all different times. Which is part of the reason they cannot really go by the conceived on date because if you having sex more then once a month or even once a week it is hard to know the exact day. Although with my son I do because we only had sex once that month...
11 months ago
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11 months ago
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