Both my OB and perinatologist are going off of my LMP for my due date. I have never been regular, and I know with 100% certainty that the date is wrong. Before I got my health insurance, I went to a free clinic where they did a dating ultrasound, and put my due date at 10/26. I had them fax the info over to my OB, but he's still going off of the LMP date, which puts it at 10/17.
When I met with the perinatologist two weeks ago, right after they did the NT scan, she said that baby measured up perfectly with 10/26. And yet she kept 10/17 on my paperwork.
I gave my OB the date of conception (I wasn't TTC, but was keeping records of everything because I wanted to figure out if there was any pattern to my cycle, and the app I was using happened to let me track intimate moments, so I did). That date also matches up PERFECTLY with 10/26.
I'm probably stressing too much at this point, but I'm more concerned now that I'm high risk. I really want to try to do this naturally, as long as baby and I stay healthy and intervention is not medically necessary. I'm concerned that they're going to push induction or a scheduled C-section, though. And if I absolutely have to go one of those routes, I want baby to have as long as possible to finish cooking. Those 9 days mean a lot to me. Even if they don't try scheduling it, I don't know if they'd want to let me go 9 days past my "due date".
Next week I go back to the perinatologist, and in a few weeks I go back to my OB. I will bring it up at that point. We haven't discussed delivery at all yet, and I don't know at what point that conversation is supposed to come up. I don't want to stress about it anymore, though. Anyone have any luck with this sort of situation? Am I making too big of a deal?