The usual way of calculating your due date is the `Naegele method`. It simply adds 280 days to your last period, or 266 days to your last ovulation date.
The `Mittendorf-Williams method`, shown on this page, takes more factors into account, like race, coffee consumption and education. Some studies have found this to be more accurate than the usual way in calculating due date.
Note: Use this method during the first trimester, and trust your doctor rather than an online calculation
1st day of last period
My due date When is your due date? Enter the date of your last period or ovulation and you'll know. (roughly)
My alternative due date A -according to research- more accurate way to determine your due date.
My fertile days Shows your most fertile days and when you can try a home pregnancy test.
Fetus development This interactive movie shows what pregnancy does to your body!
Calculate your BMI Calculate your BMI. (But not during your pregnancy)
Growth charts Keep track of the growth of your child