35 weeks pregnant mother

Question: In my scanning reports my EDD dates are not matching. I had my last scanning 19 feb in that got im 28 weeks 1 day. That means now im how many weeks and there is any problem of not matching EDD dates

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Answer: Hello dear. The edd keeps changing based on the growth of your baby. And trust me baby is delivered in majority of the cases quite late then edd. Mine was 9th nov and delivery happened on 23rd. So for now do not stress so mu mch about it and focus on ur health. Which week you are in still counted from your last period dat. Hope it helps.
Answer: Hi dear, Could you please share your last menstrul period date?a week or two delay is alright.if there is a huge lag of almost 1 month(4-5 weeks) then other aspects needs to be examined like IUGR cases.kindly check with your doctor too.
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    swapna rani840 days ago

    July 8 is my last period date

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