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Was your second (or 3rd or 4th, etc) gestation:

  • Longer than the first.

    Votes: 5 17.2%
  • Shorter than the first.

    Votes: 12 41.4%
  • About the same as the first.

    Votes: 9 31.0%
  • Other

    Votes: 3 10.3%
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I've been following the "length of first labor" thread and was wondering kinda the same thing about gestation.

So, if you have more than one kiddo, was your second gestation shorter, longer, or about the same as your first?
 

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I put about the same because 1st was born day before edd and 2nd was born on edd (and 3rd was born day after edd). According to my dates by ovulation #2 was actually born a few days after edd and #3 was born a few days before edd (didn't chart with #1). So all of mine have been born near their edd.
 

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Mine were exactly the same, both babes born at 40+2
 

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Originally Posted by Peony View Post
3 pgs and each one gets longer.

I am hoping this will be the case with me! EDD is May 10... but I really need to be at work that week! I'm hoping this little guy will be at least a week past EDD, like his sister was.
 

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#1 2 wks early
#2 on due date
#3 4 days late
#4 4 days early

What I found interesting was my "early" baby weighed the most and my "late" baby weighed the least!
 

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first: 5 days before EDD (boy) EDD based on 10 week ultrasound
second: 16 days past EDD (girl) EDD based on LMP
third: 16 days past EDD (girl) EDD based on LMP
 
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