The goal of prenatal care is to monitor the progress of a pregnancy and to identify potential problems before they become serious for either the mother or the baby.
This way, you can simply cross off the days one-by-one on your calendar and before you know it, your bub is ready to meet you.
Today we still use Naegele's rule to determine due dates.
However, there is a new rise to discussing the accuracy of Naegele's findings.
With the advent of true prenatal care, midwives and physicians are helping women educate themselves about risk factors, nutrition, and prenatal screening.
This extends the lengths of gestation for many women.
There are two exceptions to the pregnancy due date calculator: conception through in vitro fertilization (IVF) or if you’re expecting twins (or other sets of multiples).