Pregnancy due date calculator

due date calculator

Have you recently found out that you are pregnant? Congratulations! You’re about to embark on an amazing journey! One of the first things you’ll want to know is when is your baby due. Our pregnancy due date calculator will help to give you an idea of when you might expect your baby.

To use this due date calculator, you need to enter the day that your last period started. Don’t worry too much if you can’t remember exactly – just¬†put the most likely date.

You also need to enter the average length of time between your periods. For most people, this will be between 27 and 31 days but it will vary from woman to woman. Again, don’t worry if you don’t know exactly.

Your due date is often referred to as your ‘estimated date of delivery (EDD)‘, every pregnancy is different and this is just an estimate. It’s really impossible to say exactly when your baby might be born but this due date calculator will help to give you an idea so that you can start to prepare! Give it a go now…

Pregnancy due date calculator


Estimated Conception:
Estimated Due Date:
Estimated Fetal Age:
Your Baby Will Be Born In:

Some useful articles and resources on pregnancy

Finding out that you’re pregnant and when your baby is due is just the first step in your journey into pregnancy. We have loads of great information about pregnancy to help you through every stage. You might be interested in some of these articles:

You should also consider taking a pregnancy multivitamin to ensure you’re getting enough folic acid and iodine right throughout your pregnancy.

Whatever you do next, we hope that this due date calculator was helpful,¬†that you enjoy your pregnancy, and¬†we’re sure you can’t wait to¬†meet the new member of your family!

The Kiwi Families Team

This information was compiled by the Kiwi Families team.

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