The happiness of every woman is for her to give birth and have a baby of her owe. As a pregnant woman, the very first day your doctor informs you that you’re pregnant, the joy of motherhood overwhelms you and many questions arise in your mind. At this time, one of the most relevant question to know is when your pregnancy calendar start (date) to the day of your child delivery. Waiting for your pregnancy due-date of delivery, you can start counting the weeks.
Normally pregnancy last up to 40 weeks (280 calendar days). To arrive at your actual date of your baby delivery, add 7 days to the first day of your last normal menstrual period, then Add 9 months. Your child is considered full term if he or she arrives anywhere from 3 weeks before to 2 weeks after this date (more than 90 % of babies do) if your menstrual cycle regularly is 28 days long, you’re more likely to give birth near your due date. But if your cycle is usually longer than 28 days, you’re more likely to deliver later.
Alternative to knowing your pregnancy due date
Another away a mother can know the date when she is likely to give birth. Start with the date your last menstrual period begin, then subtract 3 months and add 7 days (SEVEN DAYS)
For example, suppose your last period begin June 10 2016. The say June 10 minus 3 months (JUNE 10 – 3 MONTHS) then 10 days plus 7 days is March 17 2017.
This means your baby is likely to be born around MARCH 17 2017. With this method try to calculate your due date only if you know your last menstrual period date
A pregnant woman can actually determine her pregnancy due-date calendar herself if she knows the exact date she saw her last monthly period before her pregnancy. So using this manual method of pregnancy calculator, you can determine when your baby will be arriving into the world of the living.