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Pregnancy Date Calculator

1. What would you like to calculate?
    My estimated conception and due date
First day of my last menstrual cycle
Conception date from known birth date or due date
 
2. Enter the first day of your last menstrual period:
   
 
 
 
Results: 
 
   
First Trimester Second Trimester Third Trimester
 
  The results you receive from this tool are for informational purposes only and   
should not be the basis of your medical decision making. Consult your physician   
to determine the medical implications of any tests you take.

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Comments / Ratings

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By:
Cheryl - Ann
Date:
04-18-14  7:16 AM
Comment:

This is very accurate and I totally agree with britny, not every pregnancy will be the same and the symptoms will be different for every pregnancy.

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By:
Danyale
Date:
04-13-14  9:09 PM
Comment:

im very pleased with this information

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Thanks
By:
Christy
Date:
04-5-14  8:01 AM
Comment:

This is very accurate. Thanks for confirming it.

Title:
Are you sure?
By:
britny
Date:
03-25-14  3:22 PM
Comment:

I'm sure it is very accurate. I have had two kids and I still don't know what the signs of pregnancy are or how you can tell. It's been different for me every time. Is it possible that my period could just be late and I'm freaking myself out?

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Thanks
By:
Taiwo
Date:
02-22-14  3:45 PM
Comment:

Thank u thank u

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By:
ese
Date:
01-27-14  8:41 AM
Comment:

it can't be right when it doesn't ask for your cycle length

Title:
perfect
By:
ateesha
Date:
01-16-14  9:31 AM
Comment:

this calcuation is completly accurate thanx

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By:
mythily
Date:
01-14-14  12:34 PM
Comment:

Nice

Title:
Gulzar
By:
Zargar Gulzar
Date:
01-14-14  8:44 AM
Comment:

Thank for this valuable information

Title:
g mom
By:
dolly sale
Date:
01-14-14  6:46 AM
Comment:

thanks for info

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thanks
By:
tuktuki
Date:
01-11-14  6:55 AM
Comment:

It's calculations actually right

Title:
By:
Socorro Daniela Flores
Date:
01-10-14  8:13 PM
Comment:

Tnks

Title:
By:
Socorro Daniela Flores
Date:
01-10-14  8:11 PM
Comment:

Tnks

Title:
thanks
By:
sana
Date:
01-8-14  4:48 AM
Comment:

this calculation is very accurate...

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By:
JeKwise Williama
Date:
12-12-13  5:18 PM
Comment:

I like these things

Title:
thank you very much
By:
lokesh kumar meena
Date:
12-11-13  4:48 AM
Comment:

this calculation is very excellant and also very accurate.

Title:
when does morning sickness start
By:
morning sickness
Date:
12-10-13  10:29 AM
Comment:

Although some lucky women go through the entire pregnancy without the dreaded morning sickness, most women do face this unpleasant phenomenon. Essentially this is a condition experienced by pregnant women due the changes that their bodies are experiencing in trying to make the uterus a friendly and hospitable home for the fetus. The question when does morning sickness start seems to bother most people once they confirm that they are in the happy pregnant state.

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By:
nashwa
Date:
11-26-13  2:20 PM
Comment:

thanks

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