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Pregnancy Tools and Calculators
We have many pregnancy related tools, calculators and charts that cover from TTC, through pregnancy to birth. Along with these you will find articles that should answer the how, when, why and what questions you may have about your pregnancy. Enjoy!
Knowing when you ovulate is important when TTC, our ovulation planner will show you the best time for intercourse, also tips for trying for a boy or girl baby.
TTC or Trying To Conceive
BBT Chart for fertility and ovulation prediction. The Basal Body Temperature pages will show you how to fill in the BBT chart, what to look for in order to find out when you maybe ovulating, also there is a FREE BBT chart you can print out.
BBT or Basal Body Temperature
hCG or Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin is a pregnancy hormone which starts to be released into the woman's blood stream soon after the egg implants into the lining of her uterus at about 8 to 12 days after conception. This hormone is the one that is detected by home pregnancy tests (HPTs)
hCG Level Doubling Time Calculator
The hCG levels and progesterone levels in the maternal circulation after implantation of the embryo (blastocyst) on about day 21 of the menstrual cycle help prevent normal menstruation. The hCG levels will usually double approximately every 48 hours for the first four weeks of pregnancy. Check yours with our hCG Level Doubling Time Calculator
The important Due Date, possible conception date or weeks and trimester dates, here are a few calculators to help with those:
Dates in Pregnancy
Due Date Calculator: Enter the LMP, Conception or IVF date and you will be shown your Expected Date of Delivery, how many weeks and days pregnant you are. Along with these are links to the week and trimester at this stage of pregnancy.
Fetal Development: Pregnancy week by week, by month or trimester guides. Enter your LMP and you will be shown, Due Date, Estimated Conception date, how many weeks pregnant and how many weeks left till due date. There is some information for the trimester you are in and a link to your pregnancy week by week.
At the top of the development pages is a click-able pregnancy timeline for weeks, months and trimesters, or the drop-down boxes can be used to see more information on any stage in pregnancy.
Pregnancy Timeline Calculator: Enter your LMP date and it works out the dates for each week and trimester of your pregnancy. On screen the weeks link to fetal development pages so you can see how baby is growing at that stage. Click on print and keep a copy in your purse to refer to a any time.
Trimester Calculator: When does the first trimester end and when does the third trimester start? You may find different dates in books, on a web site or from your health care provider - Why?
Find out here the three common ways to calculate trimester dates.
Conception Calculator: Here you can enter a Due Date, Birth date or LMP date, and from this it will calculate, a LMP, Probable Date of Ovulation, Possible Dates of Conception and a Due Date.
There will be many times during your pregnancy when you or baby are measured, but what are they all for and are they correct for your stage of pregnancy?
Measurements in Pregnancy
The Fundal height measurement is an old an quick way to check baby is growing at the right rate.
At most visits your pregnancy weight gain is checked as too little or too much weight gain may cause problems at a later stage.
Ultrasound is used to see that baby is doing well inside that growing belly. Some women will only have only get a few scans in pregnancy and others will see many types of ultrasound during their pregnancy.
The common scans you might receive are: an early first trimester scan, 12 week NT scan and a second trimester anatomy scan. Measurements taken during these scans may be on the scans or in your notes, common ones are CRL, HC, AC, FL and HL. These are used to compare with other pregnancies on percentile charts.
Other calculators and chartsPrenatal tests Schedule - timeline calculator Some routine prenatal tests are best done at set times during a pregnancy, find out which test are done when.
Finding the right baby name.
Gender prediction, will baby be a boy or girl based on the Chinese Lunar Calendar, a chart drawn up over 700 years ago.
How active is your baby? Keep a check with a kick count an easy, non-invasive test that you can do at home to check your baby's well being.
Stopping smoking and drinking while pregnant is good for baby and you, see how much money you could save with this cigarettes and alcohol costs calculator.
The gender prediction test result is easy to read! The control test window will change color to either pink (Girl) or blue (Boy).
Designed for easy home use by expectant mothers who are curious about their babys gender. Simple to use urine test can be performed as early as 6 weeks following the first day of a missed period. Intelligender Gender Detection Kit. Includes 1 Test Kit. Results in 10 Minutes.