Pregnancy Calendar

Pregnancy Calendar
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Calculate your due date and create a pregnancy plan with our helpful pregnancy calendar tools, tips and expert advice. Our detailed parenting guides cover all your pregnancy dates and milestones with week-by-week updates on your baby’s fetal development and growth, as well as your own physical health and emotional wellbeing, plus trimester breakdowns for the first, second and third trimesters... > More
Calculate your due date and create a pregnancy plan with our helpful pregnancy calendar tools, tips and expert advice. Our detailed parenting guides cover all your pregnancy dates and milestones with week-by-week updates on your baby’s fetal development and growth, as well as your own physical health and emotional wellbeing, plus trimester breakdowns for the first, second and third trimesters to help you with planning your pregnancy at every stage. It’s exciting to follow your baby’s growth and discover how they’re changing and becoming bigger every week, so check back every week to see what’s new for baby and you! The number one question you’ll want answered – and everyone around you will want to know – is your due date. Your expected delivery date is 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period. Most women give birth between 38 and 42 weeks, and only a very small percentage of women deliver on their actual due date. Some women might not be sure they are pregnant while other women feel confident they are pregnant before having a pregnancy test, so we’ll explain the signs and early symptoms of pregnancy to help you prepare for your first doctor’s visit. Every mum deserves to know as much as possible about her pregnancy so we’ll take you through what to expect at doctor, OB and midwife visits – including what important questions to ask – prenatal care, the changes in your body and how to prepare for childbirth. We also have advice for your partner and family so they can understand what you are going through and help them prepare for the due date, including any siblings and pets (yes, they are part of the family too!). We’d love to hear your own stories, so share your experiences with the different stages of pregnancy in our comments to help other expectant mums. Most importantly, remember to relax, stay healthy and enjoy every stage of your pregnancy!