8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: My pregnancy is one week late. Instead of 8 weeks ,the doctor is saying 7 weeks pregnant. Any cause of concern. Do i need to take any precautions

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Answer: Hi. Its nothing to worry. U might be ovulating late. Even i have the same issue. Now I'm in 17th week but the pregnancy showing 16 weeks. If ur baby has a heartbeat and u r healthy everything is going to be fine. Take care
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    Nikita Vijay227 days ago

    Thank u

Answer: No need to worry dear, 1-2 week difference is nothing to be concern. Take your medicine on time and keep your diet healthy.
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    Nikita Vijay227 days ago

    Thank u

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