Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Seattle, Tucson, Austin, Baltimore. Now: Urbana, IL
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If you makes you feel better, I was definitely in a tizzy about my due date with my first baby. It was very important to me to know exactly what week I was in at all times. A lot of this had to do with my intense morning sickness and me needing to have some sort of end point in mind. If I was 9 weeks vs 10 weeks, that was making a big difference to me!
I realized along the way that there is a lot of discrepancy regarding due dates and if you decide to have a 20 week sono, they will give you yet another due date. And FWIW, it seems to me that different sites, books, OB's, MW's, etc. all look at due dates a little differently, even the little wheels they use are a little different from brand to brand. In the end what is the most important IMO is to have the latest due date possible so that if you should go late, you have a cushion of time before they talk induction.