The description of Pregnancy Calculator and tracker App
pregnancy calculator and tracker is an android app that tracks your pregnancy progress. It calculates baby development from the last day of menstrual period or first day of conception date.
pregnancy calculator and tracker calculates pregnancy by birth date, ovulation date, last day of your monthly period, first day of your conception date and also estimates the gender of your child.
FIRST DAY OF LAST PERIOD
Most pregnancies last around 40 weeks (or 38 weeks from conception), so typically the best way to estimate your due date is to count 40 weeks, or 280 days, from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP).
Another way to do it is to subtract three months from the first day of your last period and add seven days. So if your last period started on April 11, you'd count back three months to January 11 and then add seven days, which means your due date would be January 18.
This is how your doctor will estimate your due date ó and it's a pretty solid target. But remember: It's just as normal to deliver a week or two before or after.
Calculating your due date based on the first day of your last period works well for women who have a relatively regular menstrual cycle. But if your cycle is irregular, the LMP method may not work for you.
Because a reliable estimated date of delivery (EDD) is important, you and your practitioner can use your conception date instead if you remember it. Just add 266 days to get your estimated due date.
Even if you can't pinpoint when you conceived, forget the day of your last menstrual period or aren't sure when ovulation occurred, other clues can help you and your practitioner determine your due date at your first prenatal appointment, including:
An early ultrasound, which can more accurately estimate the date of the pregnancy. However, that not all women can afford an early ultrasound. Some practitioners perform them routinely, but others only recommend once if your periods are irregular, you're 35 or older, you have a history of miscarriages or pregnancy complications, or the due date can't be determined based on your physical exam and LMP.
Pregnancy milestones such as the first time the baby's heartbeat is heard (around week 9 or 10, though it can vary) and when you first feel fetal movement (on average between 18 and 22 weeks, but it can be earlier or later), can give clues as to whether your due date is accurate.
Your fundal height, which is the measurement from your pubic bone to the top of your uterus, is checked by your practitioner at each prenatal visit and helps confirm your due date.
The size of your uterus, which will be noted when your initial internal pregnancy exam is performed, can also be a factor in pinpointing the EDD.
CAN MY DUE DATE CHANGE?
Yes, your due date can change. While it's definitely not a reason to worry, your doctor may change your due date for a number of reasons as your pregnancy progresses.
It may be that your periods are irregular and your early ultrasound dating was inaccurate, or that your first ultrasound was in the second trimester.
It could also be because your fundal height is abnormal, or your levels of alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), a protein made by the baby, are outside the usual range. Talk to your practitioner if you have any questions or concerns.
THE APP FEATURES
Baby development count down from conception date to delivery date.
Food tips required during pregnancy
Pregnancy calendar due date.
Pregnancy calculator and symptoms
ovulation and pregnancy calculator
pregnancy calculator and tracker is free for download on play store
pregnancy calculator and tracker may not be able to give the accurate due date but can help you estimate the delivery due date, child growth on daily basis, weekly basis and monthly basis based on first day of your conception date or the last day of your menstrual period.