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Asked by alexandrasakura

Q: How young is my pregnancy?

My last day of menstruation was on 25 may. I had a positive OPK on 12 june, that would be CD19. I had a positive (not strong) pregnancy test on 1 july. I went yesterday to make a sonogram and the OBGYN didnt see nothing. But I have symptoms, i have a LOT of positive pregnancy tests. I really don't know how to calculate my pregnancy. Is it possible to be so small that you can't see it yet on an ultrasound? Last night i made another test because i was so sad..it was still positive...

This question was asked Jul. 7, 2017 7:32am
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Answered by LinnyBuck - Jul. 11, 2017 5:49pm
This site has a really good calculator that breaks down your weeks pregnant by date: http://www.babymed.com/pregnancy-calendar-and-calculator-week-by-week It seems you're just at 6 weeks pregnant. By now they should have seen at least a gestational sac; BUT if you ovulated later (the OPKs just say when there's a surge, it can't actually tell when an egg has been released) then you may be too early still to see anything. As much as the waiting sucks you'll just have to give it another week and try again. Good luck!

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Answered by alexism4 - Jul. 7, 2017 7:28pm
my last period was 26 May and I am 6 weeks today. if your OBGYN didn't see anything it's most likely too early, go back between 8 and 10 weeks

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