Calculate Your Due Date Using The Pregnancy Calculator!

Calculate Your Due Date Using The Pregnancy Calculator!

What do you mean by pregnancy? offers a reliable Pregnancy calculator that can help you estimate the due date of your child based on various factors like age, length of previous pregnancies, and the mother's weight at birth. While the exact day of birth cannot be predicted with certainty, the Pregnancy calculator provides an estimated due date to assist you in preparing for the arrival of your baby.

How will you predict your due date?

The due date will be predicted based on the Pregnancy Schedule according to different methods, including:

  • Last period date
  • Due date
  • Conception date
  • IVF transfer date
  • Ultrasound date
  • Signs and symptoms of pregnancy
  • The common signs and symptoms are
  • Missed period
  • Tender, swollen breasts
  • Nausea with or without vomiting
  • Increased urination
  • Fatigue

Symptoms you might experience during the first trimester include:

  • Bloating
  • Moodiness
  • Light spotting
  • Cramping
  • Food aversions
  • Constipation
  • Nasal congestion

What do you mean by constipation date?

The due date is based on the first day of your last period cycle for a female who has a regular menstrual cycle. The LMP method may not work for a woman with an irregular menstrual cycle. An online conception date calculator estimates the due date and conception date based on your last menstrual period. The estimated delivery date is important, which accounts for your conception date, and you need to add 266 days to get your estimated due date.

What are the factors for pregnancy management?

Several factors need to be considered during the Pregnancy Calculator, which depends on individual situations like

Medication – taking medications at the time of pregnancy can have lasting effects on the fetus.
Weight gain – weight gain is inevitable and varies between people
Exercise – aerobic exercise during pregnancy helps to improve or maintain physical fitness and decrease the risk of C-sections.  
Nutrition – nutrition is important for the health of the mother and baby.

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