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I am currently 14 weeks and 2 days pregnant, but the ultrasound indicates a 5-day delay, making it seem like I'm only 13 weeks and 4 days. Should I be worried about this discrepancy?
Artificial Intelligence Health Assistant's Answer

It is not uncommon for there to be a slight discrepancy between the estimated gestational age based on your last menstrual period (LMP) and the measurement from an ultrasound. Ultrasounds are more accurate in determining gestational age during early pregnancy, so it's possible that your baby is just measuring slightly smaller than expected. In most cases, this small difference is not a cause for concern. However, if there are other factors or abnormalities detected during the ultrasound, your healthcare provider may want to monitor your pregnancy more closely. It's important to discuss any concerns with your doctor or midwife who can provide personalized advice based on your specific situation.

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Ultrasound  may be inaccurate  sometimes. I had a 2x ultrasound  every month  and it always shows that I'm  3-5days late.  It's  bothering  if its 7 more days delay
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As long as they were able to locate baby's heartbeat, then you're good
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No, it's not. It happens due to your ovulation dates. 
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Maybe you have missed miscarriage 

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