This pregnancy due date calculator will show you the following significant dates in your pregnancy: your due date, the first time you can see your baby's heartbeat, the first time you feel your baby move, your conception date and the date you can take a pregnancy test.
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Pregnancy Due Date is an estimated date when your baby will be born. The estimated due date is 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period. It is an estimate since some babies may be born before and some after the due date.
Usually you should be able to see the fetal heart beat for the first time on a sonogram by about 6 weeks from the first day of you last menstrual period. It shows as little flashing dot on the screen.
Quickening is the first time you feel your baby move. If you are in your first pregnancy, you should expect to feel you baby move at about 18-20 weeks. If it is not your first pregnancy, you could be able to feel it sooner because you already know what the movement feels like. Most women describe this feeling as butterflies, bubbles, gas. The first time feeling your baby move is a very exciting time in each woman's pregnancy.
An approximate date when you conceived your baby. Conception usually occurs 14 days after the first day of your menstrual cycle. After ovulation, the egg can be fertilized for up to 24 hours. You have the best chance to conceive during ovulation.
The date when you can take the pregnancy test to find out whether or not you are pregnant.