Congratulations on your beautiful journey to motherhood! Our Pregnancy Calculator is here to support and celebrate every moment of this incredible experience. With our intuitive calculator, you can stay informed about your pregnancy progress and eagerly anticipate the arrival of your little bundle of joy.
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How it Works
Simply enter the first day of your last period, and our Pregnancy Calculator will estimate your due date. It provides you with essential information about your baby's growth week by week, allowing you to cherish every milestone of your pregnancy.
How it Helps
Our Pregnancy Calculator becomes your personalized pregnancy guide, offering insights into your baby's development and crucial changes happening within you. From the first heartbeat to the tiny kicks, our calculator ensures you're well-informed, prepared, and connected to this magical journey of motherhood. Embrace each day with joy and confidence, knowing that our calculator is here to walk hand-in-hand with you throughout this remarkable experience.
Frequently Asked Questions by New Moms
When should I worry if I’ve been trying to get pregnant, but can’t?
Infertility has been defined as the condition that results when a couple has unprotected sex at or around midcycle for the period of a year without conception. Many people find this to be a very long time when their best friends got pregnant on the first try. But remember that each ejaculate has an average of at least twenty million sperm per cubic centimeter headed for only one egg. This ratio occurs because most of the sperm don’t get near the target. They are either lost in the abdomen or genital tract, trapped in cervical mucus, destroyed by vaginal fluids, or end up as a wet spot on the sheets!
Are there activities I should avoid in the first trimester of pregnancy?
Very few. Scuba diving, water-skiing, and skydiving are forbidden because of the possibility of serious injury, or even death. Otherwise, essentially all exercises, including jogging, stair-climbing, swimming, Nordic Track, Power/Health Riders, and sex are permissible. None of these activities is associated with miscarriage in a normal pregnancy.
I’ve had breast implants. Can I still breastfeed my baby?
There are two aspects of this issue. In most cases, whether your implants are saline or silicone, or above or below the muscle, breast-feeding is not hindered. Whether breast-feeding with silicone breast implants poses a risk to the fetus is still debated. At this time, the great preponderance of belief is that the potential benefits far outweigh any theoretical risks.
How long does it take to push the baby all the way out?
That varies tremendously. On average, you can expect to push about one and a half to three hours with a first baby. Subsequent babies may take as little as one push over a two-minute period to just as long as your first labor. In general, pushing without an epidural may take a little less time than with an epidural.
When do pregnancy cravings start?
It's difficult to pinpoint when pregnancy food cravings start, and you might not even experience pregnancy cravings at all. If you do start having cravings, it's mostly likely to be in your first trimester (1-3 months). Some women report experiencing cravings as early as five weeks into pregnancy.
when do baby kick in the womb?
Your unborn baby will begin moving around 12 weeks of pregnancy, but you probably won't feel it yet. If you've been pregnant before, you may sense quickening by about 16 weeks in pregnancy. However, if this is your first baby, it's common not to feel movement until 20 weeks.
How much weight should you put on during pregnancy?
Most women should gain somewhere between 25 and 35 pounds (11.5 to 16 kilograms) during pregnancy. Most will gain 2 to 4 pounds (1 to 2 kilograms) during the first trimester, and then 1 pound (0.5 kilogram) a week for the rest of the pregnancy. The amount of weight gain depends on your situation.
Is bleeding during pregnancy, OK?
Bleeding and spotting in pregnancy don't always mean there's a problem, but they can be a sign of miscarriage or other serious complications. Miscarriage is when a baby dies in the womb before 20 weeks of pregnancy. Call your health care provider if you have any bleeding or spotting, even if it stops.