Pregnancy Due Date Calculator
NHS Due Date Calculator Difference
How many weeks pregnant am I? when is my pregnancy due date?
This is one of the most common things not only our patients say but reports also show that this is one of the most common initial questions for NHS midwives. This is is why we have tried help by creating a calculator similar to the NHS due date calculator – you can access that by clicking here.
The calculator on this page differs in from the NHS one in that not only can it help you work out an estimate of when your baby will be due, how many weeks pregnant you currently are but also the likely date of conception and the full range of pregnancy services available to you at your current stage of pregnancy.
Typical pregnancies last from between 37 weeks to 42 weeks from the first day of your last period with a regular cycle period of 28 days.
To find out your due date and other useful information, use the drop down menus below to enter the date of the first day of your last period, and choose cycle period (leave at 28 days if your cycle is regular , or enter the number of days typically in your cycle) and click on the ‘calculate due date’ button and we will do the rest
Please bear in mind the purpose of the calculator is to assist you in providing an estimate of your due date and other information based on the last period date you enter and these dates may change as your pregnancy progresses and you have ultrasound scans, etc. If you are unsure of this or any other information please discuss with your midwife or health care professional.
Find the right pregnancy scans for you based on how many weeks pregnant you are..
..or choose the first day of your last period