Pregnancy, a time when one or more babies are developing in your womb. Your little one grows in about 40 weeks from pinhead size to about 7/8 lb. Use this pregnancy calculator to find your date of conception, the growth of the baby in the first and second trimesters, and your due date.
Find Due Date, Conception Date
How do I calculate my pregnancy?
It will be the first day of your last period, pregnancies last for a duration of 40 weeks from the time you conceived, the best way to calculate your due date is to count 280days of 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP).
Also, another option to calculate your due date is to minus 3 months from the first day of your last period and add 7 days. For instance, if your last period started on May 11, you will count back 3 months to February 11 and add seven days, which means your due date would be February 18.
This is how your midwife or doctor we also calculate your due date and its always accurate.
Take note, it's completely normal if you deliver your baby a week or two before or after.
How can I count my menstrual cycle?
Pregnancy tests check for the presence of HCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) in your urine. Your body we start producing this (HGC) after you get pregnant.
If your result is positive on the first day you missed your last period it means you are two weeks pregnant. You can use this pregnancy due date calculator above to calculate when your baby is due.
You can do more tests to confirm that you are pregnant from as early as around 8 days after conception. Some pregnancy tests might give a clue of when you might conceive based on HCG (human chorionic gonadotrophin) in your urine
it is called pregnancy hormone, presence of the pregnancy hormone, human chorionic gonadotrophin (HCG), in your urine. Your body begins to produce HCG after you conceive.
If you get a positive test result on the first day of your missed period, it's probably about 2 weeks since you conceived. You can use the pregnancy due to the date calculator to work out when your baby is due.
More sensitive tests may be able to confirm that you're pregnant from as early as around 8 days after conception.
Some pregnancy tests can give an estimation of when you might have conceived based on the level of HCG in your urine.
FAQ: Find Due Date, Conception Date
How can I calculate my date of conception?
Is very simple to calculate my date of conception. Use the first date you started your last period and your average cycle length in days to that date.
Furthermore, minus 14 days from it. There you have your conception date.
Is conception calculator accurate?
Yes. To an extent. Let me explain. According to Wikipedia, it is estimated that only 20 percent deliver on their due dates. You need to understand that pregnancy calculator based on your conception date approximate very well when your baby arrives.
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