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Conception Calculator - Estimates probable date of conception and due date - Baby2see

Great website to tell you how the weeks, months and trimesters break down into each other in pregnancy. Very helpful!

Definition of Pregnancy (How to Calculate Age Pregnancy) Before discussing more about how to calculate gestational age, we should learn first what ‘s Pregnancy. Pregnancy is the length of time a pregnancy is calculated after the first day of the last menstrual period ( LMP ) and is usually expressed in weeks and days. Gestational age is also known as gestational age ( gestational age ). Gestational age is the age of the fetus is Read More http://morefemale.com/calculate-age-pregnancy/

I have been so confused about 40 weeks vs. 9 months and this website finally made it understandable.

Naegele’s Rule - The rule estimates the expected date of delivery [EDD]. 1st- Calculate the date of your LAST MENSTRUAL PERIOD. The 1st day of your last period. This is very important, so remember CAREFULLY! Let’s use today’s date as our example. LMP: Month 08/ Day 03/ Year 2011 2nd- Subtract 3 months / add 7 days / add 1 year [and yes, you may use your fingers to count, if you’d like.] Answer: Month 08 - 03 = 05 Day 03 + 07 = 10 Year 2011 + 01 = 2012 Due Date: 05/10/20

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Need to calculate your due date? Check out the FREE American Pregnancy Association pregnancy calculator to help you predict your due date. Put your LMP and average cycle length in the pregnancy calculator and we will provide an estimate of when your baby should be born.

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### Your Developing Baby, Week by Week

Baby? What baby? This concept may be a little hard to wrap your head around, but even though you're technically in the first week of pregnancy, you're not quite expecting -- yet. Here's the deal: Because it's generally impossible to know the exact moment of conception, most healthcare providers count 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP) to calculate your due date. According to this method, they date the beginning of "pregnancy" from about two weeks before the…

Calculating the due date. Use the black row for the first day of your last period and the blue row is the due date!