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    Everyone’s menstrual cycle is different, so getting to know your body better can improve your chances of conception. The Pregnancy Conception Calculator estimates the date of conception based on the expected due date of the pregnancy, last period date, or ultrasound date. The date of conception is the day on which a person’s baby is conceived. The calculator also estimates a possible range of days during which sexual intercourse might have led to conception based on sperm being viable for 3-5 days within a woman’s body. The few days in your cycle when you can conceive is known as your fertile window and the best time for trying for a baby. The fertile window includes the days leading up to ovulation and the day of ovulation itself. Ovulation is when your ovaries release an egg for sperm to fertilise. Sperm can live in your body for a few days, so you may conceive if you have sex in the days leading up to ovulation. In other words, calculating conception based only on your body cycles can be difficult. That’s to account for the fact that pregnancy is measured according to gestational age, not fetal age. So that means you count pregnancy from your LMP, not the date you conceived, adding an extra two weeks even though you weren’t technically pregnant then. Also, this method recognizes that not all months have the same number of days, so you’ll likely still be pregnant at nine months. While gestational age measures how far along a pregnancy is in weeks, fetal age is the actual age of the growing baby. However, this is a far less common measurement for pregnancy because it’s often hard to pinpoint exactly when you ovulated . One of the first questions you’ll probably have after discovering that you’re pregnant is “How pregnant am I? The other method of using the pregnancy conception calculator is to provide the first day of your last menstruation and the average length of your menstrual cycle. This method doesn’t take into account how long your menstrual cycle actually is or when you think you might have conceived. But generally speaking, women typically ovulate about two weeks after their menstrual cycle starts.

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