Pregnancy Calendar

Once a woman is pregnant, she is curious to know about many aspects of her pregnancy. Science has become so advanced that now, from just a single calculation, many things about a pregnancy can be known by pregnancy calendar.

One of the particular things in this regard is a pregnancy calendar. This calendar is now easily available on many websites and firstly, it makes you identify the due date of your labour based on your conception date or the date of your Last Menstrual Period (LMP). With the help of this, you will be able to find out the following things:

  1. How many days have passed since you have conceived?
  2. How many days you are behind your due date?
  3. How many days or weeks pregnant you are and how many weeks are left in delivery?
  4. What trimester you are currently in?

Pregnancy Calendar Week by Week

Pregnancy Calendar

Now, what is pregnancy calendar week by week? This is considered to be a classical form of calendar which focuses on the development of a baby on week-by-week basis. However, the modernized form of this calendar focuses on the main highlights in the development of the embryo, the conversion of embryo to foetus, the dates when a woman should get her ultrasound done, and the important points that she should not forget on the important days.

Women are often seen to use Chinese pregnancy calendar. This pregnancy Calendar has been used by many women around the world. The major advantage of this type of pregnancy chart is that a couple can increase the chances of having a boy or a girl according to their own gender preference.

This pregnancy calendar works by a calculation which is primarily made on the age and month in which a woman has conceived. A Chinese pregnancy chart is required in this case. It contains blue and pink boxes, which start with 18 and then end with the age of 45 years. The months in between signify the month of conception and the number column is representative of the age of the woman at the time of conception. Now if a woman wants to find out the gender of a baby, she should first find her age at the time of conception and then scroll across the month of conception. Then see the common point at which both these parameters meet. If it is a pink box, it represents a girl. Alternatively, if the common point is a blue box, it represents a boy.

Since many believe that Chinese calendar is 90% accurate if used properly, women try to use it before conceiving rather than utilizing it once when they have conceived. This makes a couple to be as scientific enough as possible in determining gender, even before they have copulation in that regard.

Nowadays, even a Chinese Lunar Pregnancy Calendar is used to determine the gender of a baby beforehand. This summarizes the discussion pertaining to the various sorts and characteristics of pregnancy calendars.