Re: Very Curious
Most things you will read will go by or refer to weeks pregnant starting with the first day of your last menstrual period. But the Gestational age is the actual developmental age of fetus. When refering to how many weeks you are along, it will just be easier to go by your last menstrual period, as they count this in a 40 week pregnancy, (38 week gestation period). As far a actual conception time, I don't believe that anyone knows exactly the conception date. As their is a 2-3 day period after ovulation that conception can occur, and ovulation can occur a day later or sooner than expected too. I had intercourse 5 days before expected ovulation. I believe that I must have ovulated earlier than expected because 5 days is really pushing the limit on the life expectancy of sperm. So as far as actual conception date, I can only narrow it down to a 3 day period. Which is still not exact, but what good does it do me anyways. I'm due Sept. 15, and that is still, no matter which way you count it, 32 weeks away.
Hope my opinion helped you.