Nickzom Calculator Calculates the Due Date of a Woman’s Pregnancy From Your Last Period

According to YourDueDate.com,

Your due date is calculated by adding 280 days (40 weeks) to the first day of your last menstrual period (assuming a 28 day cycle).

Note that your menstrual period and ovulation are counted as the first two weeks of pregnancy. If you deliver on your due date, your baby is actually only 38 weeks old, not 40.

According to BabyCentre,

Unless you’ve been tracking your ovulation, there’s no way to know for sure exactly when you ovulated and conceived. That’s why your due date is calculated based on the date of your last period instead.

Nickzom calculator is capable of estimating your due date for you in a matter of seconds. All you need to know to get your due date are:

  • The first day of your last period
  • Your average length of cycles

Click on Health | Fitness Calculator

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The Ovulation Calculator Working Now At Nickzom Calculator – The Calculator Encyclopedia

According to American Pregnancy,

Ovulation is when a mature egg is released from the ovary, pushed down the fallopian tube, and is made available to be fertilized.

Nickzom Calculator can solve and help you measure or rather inform you on your important cycle dates for on a subsequent of six cycles.

You can get this calculator on web for just NGN 1,500 per year or Google Play Store and Apple App Store for $25.99.

Links:

Procedues:

First, open the app or website, select calculator and hit open section.

Scroll, to Health | Fitness Calculator, click on it.

Click on Ovulation Calculator

Enter the first day of your last period

Select your average length of cycles

Lastly, click on calculate

On pressing calculate, your approximate dates would be on display for your subsequent six cycles

The dates are:

  • Most Probable Ovulation Date
  • Ovulation Window
  • Fertile Window
  • Next Period
  • Pregnancy Test
  • Due Date If Pregnant

There are a few things you should know in this area

  1. It is possible to experience bleeding without ovulating.
  2. The odds on conceiving on the day of your ovulation is very tricky.
  3. The best time to get pregnant is 2 days before ovulation
  4. Egg cells survive for 12 to 24 hours in a woman’s body.