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Register or log in to use the Baby gender predictor

Enter your age and the month your baby is due and we’ll predict your baby’s gender.

Due date calculator

Select the date of the first day of your last period to calculate your expected due-date.

Pregnancy normally lasts around 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period. Confused already? Forget complicated charts - try our handy due date calculator to help you work out when you can expect your baby to arrive.

Just enter the first day of your last period and we’ll estimate your baby’s due date. Some women have menstrual cycles that are not exactly 28 days though, so if your cycle is longer or shorter than 28 days, please adjust the number as required.

Please remember that this is just an estimate and that the majority of women do not give birth on their due date.

 

Ovulation calculator

Trying for a baby?  Getting pregnant isn't always as straightforward as it sounds, so increase your chances by finding out when you're most likely to ovulate.

Find out when you’re most fertile with our easy-to-use ovulation calculator.

Are you trying for a baby? Getting pregnant isn’t always as straightforward as it sounds, but you can increase your chances by finding out when you’re most likely to ovulate.

Forget complicated charts, just select the first day of your last menstrual period. Then, tell us:

  • 1. The average length of your cycle

  • 2. The average length of your ‘luteal phase.’ This means the part of your cycle which starts at ovulation and ends the day before your next period. If you are unsure, just leave it as 14 days.

 

We’ll then tell you which days you’re at your most fertile, including the date ‘most likely’ for you to conceive.

NB: Please bear in mind that these are just estimates, based on a regular menstrual cycle. If your cycle is irregular this may not be the most accurate way to work out when you are ovulating.

Comments

14 weeks pregnant

14 weeks pregnant with twins and feeling really big already my trousers are getting to tight but am not big enought yet to fit into maternity clothes yet so going to get some loose dresses for now. morning sicknees is startingt to fade now (hope it stays that way)

Hi im 26 this is first

Hi im 26 this is first pregnancy for me and I'm really excited and nervouse, I am now 6 weeks 5 days and my symptoms are getting to me, I'm feeling sleepy, tired and dizzy, not to mention the last 2 days everytime I think of food I want to vomit.im already gaining a few pounds which should be normal thats ehat everyone says but what scares me is that I'm not 2 months yet and I have gained around 3-4 kilos, until 2 days ago I couldn't help but eat my way through. Am I normal?

weaning

i am just new to bounty but was wanting to ask all you mums out there a question my baby boy is 19 weeks old i started weaning him a couple of weeks ago but was wondering when do you cut down there bottles when you start feeding them solids do i wait till hes 6 monthes or should i start now any advice would be great also he is my first also if any one could reccomend any home cooked foods i could make him would be great cause there certain things i need to avoid cause hes not 6 monthes thanks x x x

2nd Baby on the way

Hi all, hope your all well, I'm 7 weeks and have had really bad achy boobs that I can't touch lol, I have felt sick for the past week, but not actually been sick, then all of a sudden the feeling sick stopped, well so I thought, I must say it has eased off and so have my sore achy boobs, my first child is a girl and she's 4 and starts primary school tomorrow, bless. Think this baby is a girl, but have been told by a tarot reader it's a boy, shall wait and see. Good luck ladies xx

bounty chat?

Hi all its been 2 yrs since I last logged in and am pregnant with 3rd child is there still a chat room and if so how do I get onto it plz? Probably right nfront of me but having baby brain and all lol x

backache

I'm only seven weeks pregnant but have a constant aching back... is that normal? Its my fourth child but havent done this for seven years and cant remember backache this early on. x Getting waves of tiredness and remember that well from last time.... any ideas?