Estimates conception date in case of an ongoing pregnancy or based on a date of birth.
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The conception date is when a sexual intercourse takes place and it is situated at a range of a few days before and after the ovulation date.
The conception calculator determines the probable conception date in two different cases:
■ Based on a known date of birth;
■ For an ongoing pregnancy: where the date of the last menstrual cycle and average menstrual cycle length are known.
The first method can be used for entertainment purposes, for those wondering when themselves or their baby has been conceived.
The second method can be used by expectant mothers, interested to know on what date of their menstrual cycle their baby was conceived.
Wilcox AJ, Baird DD, Weinberg CR. (1999) Time of implantation of the Conceptus and loss of pregnancy. New England Journal of Medicine 340 (23):1796–1799
Marieb EN, Hoehn K. (2013) Human Anatomy and Physiology, 5th ed. Pearson
Specialty: Obstetrics Gynecology
Published On: April 13, 2020 · 12:00 AM
Last Checked: April 13, 2020
Next Review: April 13, 2025