Pregnancy calculator

Would you like to know how many days pregnant you are? Are you curious when your baby was conceived and what is your due date? Our pregnancy calculator helps you to find them out. You only have to enter the first day of your last period and the length of your menstrual cycle (the default value is the most frequent value, 28 days). Based on this date the calculator tells you how long you have been pregnant when the baby was conceived and it also provides an estimation for your due date.

“How many days pregnant am I” calculator

Please, fill in the following data. Obligatory fields are marked by * (calculations cannot be run without these data)
Click here to run the calculation and see the result.
Note: The dates and values provided below are only approximate values. Real dates may differ. We do not take any responsibility for the correctness of the calculated data. Please also read or Term of Use before using our calculators.

Learn how to use the Pregnancy Calculator

1. How do I use the pregnancy calculator?

First, enter the date of the first day of your last menstrual cycle, followed by the average length of your menstrual cycle (eg, 28). The pregnancy calculator then calculates the estimated date of your pregnancy, also how long you are pregnant, and finally the expected date of delivery.

2. How does the Pregnancy Calculator works?

With the information provided, we expect an average of 40 weeks or 280 days to become pregnant, which is medically accepted and practically used. It is important that if you have a different menstrual cycle, be sure to change the default value (28) to what is specific to you.

3. What is a Pregnancy Trimester?

Trimester represents an important stage of pregnancy. The first trimester is from week one through 12 and includes conception. During the first trimester, the baby begins to develop, but even at the end of the trimester, it may not have any serious signs. During this period, it is possible that the mother is already suffering from nausea. In the second trimester (4-6 months or 13-28 weeks), mom’s strength returns. During this period, mothers are more desirable. The last 3 trimesters (7-9 months or 29-40 weeks) are the most difficult of all. During this period, energy decreases and fatigue are very common. During this period, mothers must avoid stress and physical exertion.

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