Uhm dude, it would be 22.9 years, asuming that the “22″ is for years and the “75″ is for months.
But still she was right, in her own way to tell how long it was, beacause it is 22 years and 75% of a year since he was concieved.
- And cool story bro
Wait, we switched up the calendars and now there’s only 10 months in a year? Well damn, I’m glad I’ve been informed, that changes things considerably if people are now preggo for almost a full year. Because that’s what kind of math it would take for it to be 22.9.
Actually, 22.75 yrs ago, she was on her period! Conception occurs the 2nd week of the counted 9 months….The estimated due date that gives 9 months or .75 of a year is from your LMP (last monthly period)and NOT conception date, so the 9 months estimate is from the last time you bled and not the last time the condom broke, et cetera et cetera….so (idk what’s my point)
9 months if we use calendar months (Jan-Dec) and 10 months if we use Lunar months (4 weeks a month, making 40 weeks of gestation to be 10 months)
So everyone is right…without knowing it. Can we just get along and make fun of posts like we did before smarty pants(s)
Dude look at what I wrote: “it would be 22.9 years, asuming that the “22″ is for years and the “75″ is for months.”
I wrote 22.9 because I assumed that the 22 stands for years and that the 75 stands for months. Because that would be the most normal way to do, atleast where I’m from. So therefore I wrote 22.9, as in 22 years and 9 months and I explained that, so could you please tell me why, what i did would make it 22 years and 10.8 months?
@ pahleez: While you are right that the first day of the LMP is the date that gestation is generally counted from, it cannot be considered medically conclusive that insemination occurred 2 weeks later. Women ovulate at all different times, including many who ovulate during their menstruation, thus making it completely possible that conception did in fact incur 22.75 years ago.