At one of your first prenatal visits, you can ask for your estimated due date and mark that in your calendar and note the day of the week.
You will also be told how many weeks you are then and can also mark it going forward, changing the weeks on the day of the week that you are due.
So, whether you answer five months or six months on the chart above, you are still twenty-four weeks pregnant.
This means that you can choose the answer that best suits you.
To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s App Choices app here.This is why some people say that there are really ten months of pregnancy.It is also why it is more important for your practitioner to count the number of weeks pregnant you are to be assured that everyone is on the same sheet of music when it comes to how far along you are in pregnancy.Since your doctor or midwife don't count in months, there is very little ramification for your answer, nor need for justification for the answer.Counting by weeks is what your practitioners will use.