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Calculate Your Expected date of Delivery for Pregnant Moms

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When is my baby due? How far along am I?

My last menstrual period was May 4, 2014, and I was curious as to when my baby would be due? Also I was curious as to how far along I am?


Your expected due date is around March 11, 2014. As of today, August 19, 2014, you are 14 weeks or 3.5 months pregnant.

I'm 5 weeks now, want to know when is my due date. I conceived between the 11 to 12 April?

Due date and if the first 2 weeks I'm not pregnant, help me


Your estimated due date would be January 1st. With the conception dates listed so close it is impossible to determine which date conception occurred.

My last period started April 13, 2015, how far would I be now?

My last period was on April 13, 2015, how far am I pregnant now?


Your due date is Wednesday, January 20th.

When am I going to deliver as I ended my period on 28 October last year?

When am I going to deliver as I ended my period on 28 October last year

Your due on August 3rd.

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Calculate Your Expected date of Delivery for Pregnant Moms
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When was my egg set free if I stop my periods at the 17 or 18 April?

Can a sonar be out of date? Cause I'm confused, and I will lose my husband

Ultrasounds are not usually that far off when predicting due dates in the first trimester. As the pregnancy progresses measurements can be a few days off but never more than 5. So if you were told that you are 6 weeks pregnant that means that six weeks ago was your last menstrual period start date and you conceived somewhere between two and three weeks after.

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My last menstrual was November 22, so when is my due date?

Need to know due date so I can prepare myself

You are due August 28th.

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