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Estimated Due Date is :
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Gestational Age Today is: --, -- --, --
Date of Conception: --, -- --, --
First Fetal Heart Tones by Doppler: --, -- --, --
End First Trimester: --, -- --, --
Blood Draw for Serum Integrated Screening: --, -- --, --
Nuchal Translucency (NT) Ultrasound: --, -- --, --
Quad Marker Screening: --, -- --, --
Best time to evaluate cervical length in patient with risk factors: --, -- --, --
Best time for routine anatomy ultrasound: --, -- --, --
2h OGTT in women not previously diagnosed with diabetes: --, -- --, --
Anti-D prophylaxis for women who are (RhD) Negative: --, -- --, --
Antepartum Fetal Surveillance in High Risk Patients: --, -- --, --
Screening for Vaginal and Rectal GBS colonization: --, -- --, --
Elective Delivery May Be Scheduled for Singletons After : --, -- --, --

Stages of baby development:

FIRST TRIMESTER
2 weeks
You may be about to ovulate – time to get it on!

During the past few days, an increase in estrogen and progesterone prompted the lining of your uterus to thicken to support a fertilized egg. At the same time, in your ovaries, eggs were ripening in fluid-filled sacs called follicles.

3 weeks
By the end of this week, you're likely to get a positive pregnancy test!

Your developing baby is a tiny ball (called a blastocyst) of several hundred cells that are multiplying and burrowing into the lining of your uterus. The cells in the middle will become the embryo.

4 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a poppy seed

Your embryo consists of two layers called the hypoblast and the epiblast, from which all of your baby's organs will begin to develop over the next six weeks.

5 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a sesame seed

Deep in your uterus your tiny embryo is growing at a furious pace and looks more like a tadpole than a human. Your embryo is now made up of three layers – the ectoderm, the mesoderm, and the endoderm – which will later form all of the organs and tissues.

6 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a lentil

Your baby's heart is beating almost twice as fast as yours. You'll see it if you have an ultrasound at 8 weeks. Or hear it with a Doppler at 10 to 12 weeks.

7 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a blueberry

The main parts of the eye that allow your baby to see – the cornea, iris, pupil, lens, and retina – start developing this week, and they're almost fully formed just a few weeks later.

8 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a kidney bean.

Your baby has fingers and toes now – and they're webbed! Her hands are flexed at the wrist and meet over her heart. She now has knees, and her legs may be long enough that her feet meet in front of her body.

9 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a grape

Ten tiny tooth buds are developing within each band of gums. (They'll transform into the 20 "baby teeth" that eventually fall out during childhood.) Next week, the teeth start to harden and connect to the jaw.

10 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a kumquat

Ten tiny tooth buds are developing within each band of gums. (They'll transform into the 20 "baby teeth" that eventually fall out during childhood.) Next week, the teeth start to harden and connect to the jaw.

11 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a fig

Your baby is no longer called an embryo. This week is the beginning of the fetal period. All vital organs should be in place, and many have already started to function.

12 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a lime

Your baby's fingers will soon begin to open and close, his toes will curl, his eye muscles will clench, and his mouth will make sucking movements.

13 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a peapod

Your baby has started swallowing amniotic fluid and excreting urine, which she then swallows again, recycling the full volume of fluid every few hours. She's also producing meconium.

SECOND TRIMESTER
14 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a lemon

Your baby can now squint, frown, and grimace. Thanks to brain impulses, his facial muscles are getting a workout as his tiny features form one expression after another.

15 weeks
Your baby is about the size of an apple

Your baby's legs are growing longer than her arms now, and she can move all of her joints and limbs.

16 weeks
Your baby is about the size of an avocado

In the next few weeks, your baby will double his weight and add inches to his length. His legs are much more developed, and his head is more erect.

17 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a turnip

Your baby's skeleton is changing from soft cartilage to bone.

18 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a bell pepper

Your baby's skeleton is changing from soft cartilage to bone.

19 weeks
Your baby is about the size of an heirloom tomato

Your baby's sensory development is exploding! Her brain is designating specialized areas for smell, taste, hearing, vision, and touch.

20 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a banana

No, your baby didn't really grow 4 inches since last week. He's just being measured differently. For the first half of pregnancy, measurements are taken from the top of his head to his bottom, or from "crown to rump."

21 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a carrot

You may soon feel like she's practicing martial arts as her initial fluttering movements turn into full-fledged kicks and nudges. You may also discover a pattern to her activity as you get to know her better.

22 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a spaghetti squash

Your baby may be able to hear sounds faintly from inside your body, such as your breathing, your heartbeat, and your digestion. These sounds will grow louder as your baby's hearing improves.

23 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a large mango

Your baby can hear sounds from outside your body now, such as a dog barking. At first, your baby's ears can hear only low-pitched sounds, meaning she can hear male voices more clearly than female voices.

24 weeks
Your baby is about the size of an ear of corn

Respiratory sacs at the tips of the smallest branches of your baby's lungs are growing and multiplying, adding more surface area for the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide once your baby is born.

25 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a rutabaga

Your baby will soon exchange her long, lean look for some baby fat. As she does, her wrinkled skin will begin to smooth out, and she'll start to look more and more like a newborn.

26 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a scallion

Your baby may now be able to hear your voice. He can hear a broader range of sound and can respond with changes in heartbeat, breathing, and movement.

27 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a head of cauliflower

Your baby's eyelids, which have been fused shut, can now open and close, and she may blink in response to light. If you shine a flashlight at your tummy, you may feel her respond with a burst of flutters and wiggles.

THIRD TRIMESTER
28 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a large eggplant

Your baby's brain is adding billions of new nerve cells. His senses of hearing, smell, and touch are developed and functional. During the third trimester, the brain triples in weight, and the cerebrum develops deep.

29 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a butternut squash

Your baby's bones are soaking up lots of calcium as they harden, so be sure to drink your milk (or find another good source of calcium, such as cheese, yogurt, or enriched orange juice).

30 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a large cabbage

About a pint and a half of amniotic fluid surrounds your baby. The amount will peak around 34 to 36 weeks.

31 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a coconut

She can turn her head from side to side, and her arms, legs, and body are beginning to plump up as needed fat accumulates underneath her skin.

32 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a jicama

Your baby can focus on large objects that are not too far away, and this ability to focus will stay that way until birth.

33 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a pineapple

The bones in your baby's skull aren't fused together, which allows them to move and slightly overlap, making it easier for her to fit through the birth canal. (The pressure on the head during birth is so intense that many babies are born with a cone-head-like appearance.)

34 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a cantaloupe

Your baby's fat layers – which will help regulate his body temperature once he's born – are filling her out, making him rounder.

35 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a honeydew melon

By this time, you baby is floating in about a quart of amniotic fluid. It will now gradually decrease until you give birth.

36 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a head of romaine lettuce

Your baby is still packing on the pounds – at the rate of about an ounce a day.

37 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a bunch of Swiss chard

Your due date is getting close now, but doctors don't consider your baby "full term" until 39 weeks. Spending the next two weeks in the womb allows your baby's brain and lungs to fully mature.

38 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a leek

Your baby has a firm grasp, which you'll soon be able to test when you hold her hand for the first time!

39 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a mini-watermelon

Your baby is full term this week and waiting to greet the world! Full term is 39 to 40 weeks. Babies born before 37 weeks are preterm, 37 to 38 weeks is early term, 41 weeks is late term, and those born after 42 are post-term.

40 weeks
Your baby is about the size of a small pumpkin

It's hard to say for sure how big your baby will be, but the average newborn weighs about 7 1/2 pounds and is about 20 inches long.

41 weeks
Your baby's skin may be peeling from the long bath in amniotic fluid.

For safety reasons, your doctor or midwife will talk with you about inducing labor if your baby isn't born in the next week – or earlier if there are any problems.

What is Pregnancy due date?

Pregnancy is a term, used to define the period of a woman carrying one or two babies until the time of delivery. Childbirth, occur usually after 40 weeks of last mensuration or 38 weeks after insemination.

At your first visit to the gynecologist, the doctor tends to tell the approximate date of childbirth. The due date is usually depicted by sonography measurement, but the genuine pregnancy length depends on numerous factors. Such as, the pregnancy of the first child has a long-time period compared to following pregnancies after it. Less than ten percent of childbirths happen on the due date while fifty percent of births occur within a week of a given date and ninety percent occur within two weeks of the due date.

In case, you do not know the due date, you can know it by using Pregnancy due date calculator to calculate pregnancy from due date. You can get the answer of the constant question running in your mind “how pregnant am I?” by using pregnancy calculator by due date.

The total time period of pregnancy can be divided into three sets each, consisting of three months, which is called a Trimester. You can know if you are pregnant or not by pregnancy tests which are based on detection of the hormonal level. Urine tests or blood tests can detect pregnancy week by week after the fertilization, however, urine tests can detect after fifteen days after the fertilization. Blood tests give an accurate result.

A nutritious and balanced diet is essential for the baby and the conceiving mother.

A balanced and nutritious diet is very important for both the mother and baby. An ample amount of periconceptional folic acid should be consumed by the mother as it restricts fetal neural tube defects, which aids in preventing spina bifida. The essential fatty acid, DHA omega-3 should be consumed by the mother as it's essential in the building of retina and brain.

Why is pregnancy due date calculator useful?

It's essential to remember months close to delivery are essential to remember. There are some things that you should either do during the time period or avoid. The date which the due date calculator week by week calculates gives a better understanding of when the second trimester ends and you have to be cautious about certain things. There are certain things you should avoid during the third trimester, with pregnancy test calculator you get an idea when the third-trimester starts and you avoid these prohibited acts.

Another reason is that if you have an idea of “how pregnant am I” you will also have an idea of when you’ll have to be admitted to the hospital since mothers are instructed to be admitted two weeks before the due date.

 
You may have heard that the target range for women during pregnancy is between 25 and 35 pounds, often repeated weight gain. But this applies to women who are classified as "normal weight" by their Body Mass Index, or BMI chart. Your BMI is calculated by weight and height. Defining your BMI for personal weight gain is the first step.
 
Pregnancy calculator with due date is an essential online tool that can be used to calculate pregnancy weeks by due date. Since, it's hard to remember the pregnancy stage however, as mentioned before, pregnancy calculator due date can be a life saver. Furthemore, it can help you to calculate pregnancy conception date without any hassle.

Calculated Pregnancy Stages

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Estimated due date
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Ending date First Trimester
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Ending date Second Trimester
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Estimated Due window from
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Estimated Conception Date

Things to do and avoid in your first trimester.

Searching and choosing a health care provider:

It won’t be stressful for you if you have found a doctor or midwife you feel comfortable with, but as for those who haven’t, they should do research. Search online or take suggestions from friends or family.

 

Quit smoking:

Smoking can cause problems even it may lead to miscarriage. Furthermore, smoking also inhibits fetal growth and increases the chances of death and stillbirth. Avoiding smoking gives chances of a healthy baby.

 

Reduce caffeine consumption:

High intake of caffeine results in a miscarriage and other problems during pregnancy.

 

Consume prenatal vitamin:

As described above, ample folic acid is essential especially during the first trimester.

 

Stop consumption of alcohol:

Drinking alcohol, even in a small amount can increase chances of low birth weight and impact on your child's speech, learning, and hyperactivity.

 

Stock pantry with healthy ingredients:

Fill your pantry with pregnancy-friendly ingredients like yogurt, fresh fruits, dry fruits, multigrain pasta, and nuts.

 

How to avoid morning sickness:

One-third of women suffer from morning sickness during the first trimester. Try consuming small portions of room temperature and bland food and use ginger. If this doesn’t help then with the perception of the doctor consume anti-nausea medication or vitamin B6.

Things to do and avoid in your Second trimester.

Visit dentist

It's highly advised that women should visit the dentist and take care of oral hygiene since women with good oral health tend to transmit less oral bacteria to their child.

Stay away from sports or unsafe activities

Stay away from events like surfing, downhill skiing, scuba diving, and amusement park rides as they have a risk of falling which is harmful to both mother and baby.

Avoid sleeping on your back

Sleeping on the back is harmful as uterus presses spinal cord along with other major blood vessels which result in back pain. The advised way of sleeping is on the left side.

Avoid unnecessary medications

It's essential to know if the medicine is safe to use during pregnancy as the medicine in the bloodstream of a baby through the placenta.

Moisturize your belly

It may not help to get rid of stretch marks but prevent itchiness.

Things to do and avoid in your third trimester.

Avoid spas

Spas are harmful as foot massages stimulate contraction and fetal activity.

Avoid slouching

Sitting for long periods make the mother tired quick and increase in back pain. Standing creates space for baby.

Mentally prepare yourself for breastfeed

In the third trimester, the gynecologist asks you to adjust your nipples for a breastfeed. You can do this by massaging the nipples; it also helps in avoiding soreness.

Start shortlisting baby's name

Most of the friends and family will come up with cute name suggestions. Start on planning what to name your baby.

Drink water

It's essential that you consume 8-10 glasses of water per day. Every woman has different experience and needs during pregnancy, so it’s nothing to worry about if you require more or less glass of water. Always keep a check on your urine, if the color is dark yellow or if the urine is cloudy you should consume more water.

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Charlotte | 27/06/2019

Love this pregnancy due date calculator tool because it's my first pregnancy, and it gives the details, those are easily understandable. This tool also provides me with the precise expected date about when the first and second trimester of pregnancy will end. I highly recommend this tool to all women expecting a baby!

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