Pregnancy Calculators

The Pregnancy Calculator can estimate the pregnancy schedule based on the due date. Your healthcare provider will tell you your due date, usually based on a sonograph, on your prenatal visit. If you do not know your due date, you can estimate it by using the Due Date Calculator based on your biological cycle.

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Result

You are currently at week #40.

WeekDateTrimesterImportant Milestones
Week 1Oct 1, 2014 - Oct 7, 2014first
trimester
 
Week 2Oct 8, 2014 - Oct 14, 2014
Week 3Oct 15, 2014 - Oct 21, 2014
Week 4Oct 22, 2014 - Oct 28, 2014
Week 5Oct 29, 2014 - Nov 3, 2014
Week 6Nov 4, 2014 - Nov 10, 2014Heartbeat on the ultrasound
Week 7Nov 11, 2014 - Nov 17, 2014
Week 8Nov 18, 2014 - Nov 24, 2014 
Week 9Nov 25, 2014 - Dec 1, 2014
Week 10Dec 2, 2014 - Dec 8, 2014
Week 11Dec 9, 2014 - Dec 15, 2014
Week 12Dec 16, 2014 - Dec 22, 2014
Week 13Dec 23, 2014 - Dec 29, 2014
Week 14Dec 30, 2014 - Jan 5, 2015second
trimester
Week 15Jan 6, 2015 - Jan 12, 2015
Week 16Jan 13, 2015 - Jan 19, 2015
Week 17Jan 20, 2015 - Jan 26, 2015
Week 18Jan 27, 2015 - Feb 2, 2015Begin to feel the baby movement.
Expecting to find out the baby's
gender from 20th week.
Week 19Feb 3, 2015 - Feb 9, 2015
Week 20Feb 10, 2015 - Feb 16, 2015
Week 21Feb 17, 2015 - Feb 23, 2015
Week 22Feb 24, 2015 - Mar 2, 2015
Week 23Mar 3, 2015 - Mar 10, 2015 
Week 24Mar 11, 2015 - Mar 17, 2015
Week 25Mar 18, 2015 - Mar 24, 2015
Week 26Mar 25, 2015 - Mar 31, 2015
Week 27Apr 1, 2015 - Apr 7, 2015
Week 28Apr 8, 2015 - Apr 14, 2015third
trimester
Week 29Apr 15, 2015 - Apr 21, 2015
Week 30Apr 22, 2015 - Apr 28, 2015
Week 31Apr 29, 2015 - May 5, 2015
Week 32May 6, 2015 - May 12, 2015
Week 33May 13, 2015 - May 19, 2015
Week 34May 20, 2015 - May 26, 2015
Week 35May 27, 2015 - Jun 2, 2015
Week 36Jun 3, 2015 - Jun 9, 2015
Week 37Jun 10, 2015 - Jun 16, 2015
Week 38Jun 17, 2015 - Jun 23, 2015Full Term
Week 39Jun 24, 2015 - Jun 30, 2015
Week 40Jul 1, 2015 - Jul 7, 2015 (today)
Week 41Jul 8, 2015 - Jul 14, 2015
Week 42Jul 15, 2015 - Jul 21, 2015

The results of this pregnancy calculator are estimation based on average.


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Reference

Pregnancy is the time (usually nine months) during which a woman carries one or more offspring until delivery. Childbirth usually occurs about 38 weeks after the conception, or about 40 weeks after the last menstrual period. The World Health Organization defines the normal term to be 37 to 42 weeks. During your first OB/GYN doctor visit, the doctor will normally tell you the estimated childbirth date, or the "due date", mainly interpreted by a sonograph measurement. The actual length of pregnancy depends on various factors. For example, the first pregnancy tends to last longer than subsequent pregnancies. Fewer than 10% of births occur on the due date; 50% of births occur within a week of the due date, and almost 90% occur within two weeks of the due date. If you do not know your due date, you can use our Due Date Calculator to obtain an estimate. The 40 weeks of pregnancy is typically broken down into three periods, or trimesters, each consisting of about three months.

Pregnancy can be detected via pregnancy tests, which detect your hormone level. Clinical blood and urine tests can detect pregnancy from six to eight days after fertilization. Blood tests are more accurate. Home pregnancy tests are urine tests, which normally can detect pregnancy from 12 to 15 days after fertilization.

A balanced and nutritious diet is very important for both the mother and baby. Adequate periconceptional folic acid intake has been proven to limit fetal neural tube defects, which prevent spina bifida. DHA omega-3 is a major structural fatty acid essential for the brain and retina. It is important for the mother to take adequate amounts of DHA during pregnancy and while nursing.

Pregnancy is normally accompanied by weight gain, which is necessary in most situations. The amount of weight gain recommended during a single pregnancy varies among women. The Institute of Medicine recommends an overall pregnancy weight gain of 25 to 35 pounds for women with normal weight. Underweight women are recommended to gain 28 to 40 pounds. Overweight women should gain from 15 to 25 pounds, and obese women should gain 11 to 20 pounds. Use the Pregnancy Weight Gain Calculator to evaluate your specific situation.