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How to tell due dates?
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Posted 04 January 2013 - 11:19 AM
My hubby and I completed our first cycle of ICSI in November/December and just got a BFP result! Yay!!!!
I was just wondering if anyone knows how to try to work out a due date if you've used ICSI? Which dates do you use?
I had my EPU on 19/12 and ET on the 21/12
Thanks for the help
Posted 04 January 2013 - 01:14 PM
There are a few calculators that will give you a EDD - try http://www.ivfconnections.com/forums/conte...or-Insemination.
Your clinic will probably also send you information about your EDD, and then of course exact dates will be determined from the scans!
Congrats again......hope it's a smooth next 8 months or so!
Posted 08 January 2013 - 08:52 AM
Use the EPU date as your ovulation date.
You might have got a 'fake' period, from the pill, if you were on a down reg? I did, and they used that. But the best reading is using the EPU date as ovulation date.
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