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Which days this month are you most likely to get pregnant? When is your baby due? How much weight should you gain during your pregnancy? Our interactive calculators help you answer all these questions.

Ovulation Calculator

Trying to get pregnant? This tool helps you identify your most fertile days during the month.

Pregnancy Due Date

You're pregnant! Congratulations! This tool calculates your expected date of delivery.

Body Mass Index

How do you know how much weight you should gain during pregnancy? It depends on your prepregnancy weight. Find out whether your prepregnancy weight is considered underweight, normal, or overweight, and then refer to our article on Weight Gain During Pregnancy for guidelines on how much weight you should gain.

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