Due Date Calculator

Just found out you're pregnant? Congrats! Now, use our due date calculator to figure out when baby will arrive. Enter the first day of your last menstrual period to find your expected due date and the beginning of each trimester.

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Q: How is my due date calculated? Based on when I ovulated, this date seems wrong.
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It sounds a little silly, but you aren't really pregnant for about the first two weeks of your pregnancy. Pregnancy is calculated based on the average menstrual cycle (28 days), which begins with your period. About two weeks into this cycle, ovulation occurs...


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Q: How soon after I find out I'm pregnant should I see the doctor?
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Dr. Ashley Roman: We typically schedule low-risk patients for their first visit at around eight or nine weeks. But, there are some cases when we recommend women to come to the office sooner...


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Q: What tests and screenings will I need throughout my pregnancy, and when?
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All those pee cups and needle sticks definitely start blurring together pretty fast. At your first checkup, the doc will take blood for a long list of screenings and to confirm your pregnancy. You'll also have a urine test and pap smear, and possibly an ultrasound. Between weeks ten and twelve, you may opt to have chorionic villus sampling...


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