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Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot]. Skip to content. So my midwife referred me for a dating scan. I only received the letter on Friday and the earliest I can get a scan is 3 January. My NTC scan is on the 10th - which will be 14 weeks, if my dates are correct. But what if they aren't, which could put me as late as 18 weeks. Surely then the NTC scan can't be done as it's too late - the literature states it should be done between 10 - 14 weeks.
I'm 38 so it is a concearn to me. Any thoughts anyone?
However, the date she wanted (when her DH could be there too) would She's not interested in having a dating scan or finding out the sex. Hey ladies, As per the title - is this too late? Originally I guess my main question is whether or not this affects the accuracy of the dating scan?. I'm 11+1 weeks PG (pregnant) and I've been waiting and waiting for a date for my 12 week scan from the hospital. Do you know if your hospital does Nuchal scans, or is it a dating scan? According to my doc, an ultrasound scan must be performed between 11 weeks and 13 weeks plus six.
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If I read correctly you are having a dating scan and then the nuchal scan? Can these not be done together?
But as I said earlier it is pretty unlikely that you would have ovulated 3 weeks late without noticing as that is a week after your AF should have shown up. Two bouncy boys New Zealand Total posts: No as acurate but neither is going off the date of your LMP With it so far out they will probably go off the new date.
I know the exact date of my last LMP but I know I wasnt preg just opver 2 weeks ago but if im preg now im on day 68 of my cycle witch would make me like 8 - 10 weeks pregnant when I would really be no more then 5 weeks. Former Member. With my last pregnancy I knew the dates of my LMP and went for a dating scan which showed a 4 week difference in dates.
It turned out that AF had just not arrived the previous month so my LMP was actually 6 weeks prior to her being conceived making a 4 week variance if that makes sense? I have been told typically scans can be up to 10 days out either way especially later in pregnancy so i'd so maybe you are due somewhere in the middle?
Is 14 weeks too late for 12 week scan?
Maybe around the 18 week mark? Also did it show on your 12 week scan?
Posted Sunday 06 March am. I did not have a 12 week scan This is my first scan. The sonographer actually said that my GP was naughty, and that everyone should have a dating scan regardless of knowing their lmp dates etc.
As for my previous babies, they were both small at 7lb8 and 7lb5, so I'm not expecting anything huge anyway. Im just wondering if anyone knows if the scans actually take into account the 2 weeks PRIOR to conception included in the 40 weeks duration They do factor in the 2 weeks. The start of labour Signs of labour What happens when you arrive at hospital Premature labour Induction.
Dating scan at 13 weeks - too late for the NTC Test. Post by UnhappyRightFoot» Tue Dec 27, pm. Hi there. I had my booking in appt at 7 weeks and. She's really worried this is too late, the hospital weren't very If she is worried she won't get a new date in time and wants a nuchal scan you. Just had to call the hospital to find out if they have a scan date yet as had my I'll be 13+5 roughly, and worried this will be too late to check the fluid on the.
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In short, no scans that late are not accurate for dating. If you know the date of your LMP and length of cycle then that will give you an accurate date. Babies. This is apparently too late for the Nuchal test isn't it? experienced advice and thoughts please. my first scan date for baby bean number 2 is. At 8 to 14 weeks of pregnancy, usually around 12 weeks, you should be offered a pregnancy dating scan. It will let you know a more reliable due date and check.
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