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Conceiving Lost?

I was told I was 7 weeks and 1 day by an ultrasound on August 11th 2013 my last period was June 8th 2013 I had sex on June 29th and July 5th my next period would of been July 8th or something like that. If I was 7 weeks and 1 day on August 11th didnt I conceive around July 6th or somewhere in the beginning of july? My first ultrasound they said I was due march 15th but now and still is my due date is March 30th did I still conceive in july?
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603463 tn?1220626855
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Hi!
I  am bit confused, because if I understand you correctly, you must have had an ultrasound done before the one in August.  Going by the August 11 ultrasound, your conception date would have been July 5 plus or minus 3-5 days, and your due date would be March 30 plus or minus 3-5 days.
I am confused about how you could have had an ultrasound much earlier than that.  
Hope this helps!
Dr B
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No I first found out I was pregnant on August 11th and they told me I was 7 weeks and 1 day. They told me my due date would of been March 15th going by my lmp then I had another ultrasound at 20 weeks and my due date changed too March 30th
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No I first found out I was pregnant on August 11th and they told me I was 7 weeks and 1 day. They told me my due date would of been March 15th going by my lmp then I had another ultrasound at 20 weeks and my due date changed too March 30th
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