How do you want to calculate your due date?
- First day of my last period
- (Projected) Due Date
- Date of Ultrasound
- IVF Transfer Day
- Advanced Method
How is my due date calculated?
Your due date is figured by including 280 days (40 weeks) to the principal day of your last menstrual period. Note that your menstrual period and ovulation are considered the initial two weeks of pregnancy.
Your due date is only an estimate: It would be ideal if you recollect that your due date is just a gauge. Each pregnancy is remarkable and your infant will come when it’s prepared. Make certain to converse with your medicinal services supplier about your due date.
Each due date report contains the following data:
- Evaluated Due date
- Origination Date
- Child Status (Size, Weight, Heartbeat)
- Due Dates for Multiples (Twins, Triplets, Quads)
- Trimester Stages
- Pre-birth Testing Dates
- Course of events of Significant Milestones in Embryo/Fetal Development
Pregnancy Calendar: Follow your baby’s development week by week.
Unless you’ve been tracking your ovulation, there’s no way to know for sure exactly when you ovulated and conceived. That’s why your due date is calculated based on the date of your last period instead. Have you tried adding, subtracting, multiplying, and counting on your fingers? Find out when your baby is due with our handy pregnancy calculator.