16 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Now I m 16 weeks pragnency according to my last month period but in sonograpy report says that it's 13weeks 5days so is it any problem

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Answer: Hi dear Lmp wise you are 16 wks pregnant. ..and will get edd from this.. In sonography the mention everything according to fetus growth.. And the difference is 1-2 wk is common. Your fetus growth is less that is d reason it shows 13 wks 5 days.. Please eat properly.. It will increase
Answer: No its not a problem. If you have pcods or irregular periods then weeks change accordingly. Like according to my LMP it would be my 27th week but i have pcods so its 24th week.
Answer: There is no problem...its because of ovulation.in sonography it shows the growth of the baby...relax no need to worry
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