Figuring out exactly where you are in your pregnancy can be confusing withour our pregnancy calculator. Read on for answers to the most common timing questions. Then have a look at the Form below to see the way the weeks, months, and also trimesters of pregnancy lineup with each other.
Why is my pregnancy counted from the start of my last period?
Doctors and midwives begin counting pregnancy in the first day of the last menstrual period (LMP) even though, of course, you were not pregnant then.
The First day of your LMP is typically about two weeks before you ovulated and conceived your baby. We count from there since most women don’t know exactly if they ovulated, but the majority of them do understand when their last period began.
How is my due date calculated on the pregnancy calculator?
Your practitioner counts 280 days from the premier day of your LMP to determine your due date. That is just 40 weeks. Your due date is just an estimate, nevertheless. Only 5 percent of babies are born on their due date.
Utilize our Due Date Calculator to discover if your baby is due.
This tool will approximate all important pregnancy dates like: conception date, first hear beat, first move, end of first trimester, end of second trimester and of course due date. Each week of pregnancy is a real adventure. Below the results you will find info on baby’s development, your symptoms, important to-do’s and fun stuff, too. Plus, you’ll get some answers to your biggest questions this week. It’s all here! Whether you are a first time mum-to-be or a proud mother of two or more, each week guide provides great helpful advice, information and topics to think about in each week of your pregnancy. Contact us for more info
Pregnancy Calculator (Due Date) + Weekly Guide
Use our pregnancy due date calculator to calculate your most important pregnancy dates. Fill in your Last Menstrual Period (LMP) date and your email to receive most of the important dates of your pregnancy.
Due Date Calculator