We have created a slew of pregnancy calculators and tools to help you through your pregnancy.
The calculator on this page can help you work out when you might expect your baby to arrive. As part of your antenatal care, your midwife will also offer you a dating scan that will give you a more accurate date for the birth of your baby.
Find out when your baby is due with our handy pregnancy calculator.
Working out how many weeks pregnant you are can be a little confusing.
Until your dating scan your pregnancy will be counted from the first day of your LMP (last menstrual period), although ovulation will generally occur two weeks after your LMP, which is when you technically become pregnant.
Pregnancy normally lasts from 37 weeks to 42 weeks from the first day of your last period.
To find your due date, use the drop down menus below to enter the date of the first day of your last period, and click 'calculate date' - the calculator will do the rest.
Please remember that your due date is only an estimate.
Every pregnancy is unique and your baby will come when it's ready.
The average pregnancy lasts between 37 weeks and 42 weeks.
Our calculator uses this information to give you an estimated due date.
Unfortunately, no one can say for sure exactly when your baby will arrive.