Your Baby's Due Date

LMP/Start Date:Jul 27, 2019.
Change date

May 2, 2020

which is a Saturday

Key Developments

Estimated Conception:
August 10, 2019
Pregnancy Test:
August 24, 2019
Estimated First Heart Beat:
September 3, 2019
Estimated Due Date:
May 2, 2020

How Many Weeks Am I?

You are 36 weeks and 0 days
Get a full report here!

Announcement Image

Due Date: May 2 - Announcement Image

Birthday Signs

Baby's star sign is Taurus
Baby's due date is the year of the Rat according to Chinese zodiac.
Birthstone: Emerald
Birth Flower: Hawthorn or Lily
Birthstone Color: Green

Trimester Dates

Trimester One:
Jul 27, 2019 - Nov 1, 2019
0 - 13 Weeks
Trimester Two:
Nov 2, 2019 - Feb 7, 2020
14 - 27 Weeks
Trimester Three:
Feb 8, 2020 - May 2, 2020
28 - 40 Weeks

Months Timeline

1 Month PregnantAug 27, 2019
2 Months PregnantSep 27, 2019
3 Months PregnantOct 27, 2019
4 Months PregnantNov 27, 2019
5 Months PregnantDec 27, 2019
6 Months PregnantJan 27, 2020
7 Months PregnantFeb 27, 2020
8 Months PregnantMar 27, 2020
9 Months PregnantApr 27, 2020
Due Date: May 2, 2020
Due Date in May - Announcement Image

Date

How Often to Visit Doctor[1]

Aug 24 - Feb 8 Once a month during this time
Feb 8 - Apr 4 Twice per month during this time
Apr 4 - May 2 Once per week during this time

Prenatal Testing Dates[2]

Prenatal testing dates for due date May 2, 2020. Prenatal testing is available in most pregnancies and can involve ultrasounds, blood tests and samples. Always use your doctors recommended dates over dates found here.
Early Ultrasound Scan:
Sep 21, 2019 to Oct 26, 2019
7 to 13 weeks
First Trimester Screening or Nuchal Translucency Scan (Blood Test and Ultrasound):
Oct 12, 2019 to Oct 26, 2019
11 to 13 weeks
Quad Screen (Blood Test):
Nov 9, 2019 to Dec 14, 2019
15 to 20 weeks
Second Trimester Ultrasound or Anomaly Scan:
Nov 30, 2019 to Dec 21, 2019
18 to 21 weeks
Glucose Challenge Screening (Blood Test):
Jan 11, 2020 to Feb 8, 2020
24 to 28 weeks

Extra Invasive Screening

You may have diagnostic tests if your pregnancy is considered high risk.
Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS):
Oct 3, 2019
9 weeks
Amniocentesis:
Nov 9, 2019
15 weeks
Cordocentesis or PUBS:
Nov 23, 2019
After 17 weeks

Imagine

First footsteps in 2021 (1 year)
Start kindergarten in 2025 (5 years)
Start high school in 2034 (14 years)
Start to drive in 2036 (16 years)
Finish high school in 2038 (18 years)
Graduate from college in 2043 (23 years)

Important Birthdays

First Birthday: May 2, 2021
5th Birthday: May 2, 2025
Sweet 16: May 2, 2036
21st Birthday: May 2, 2041
50th Birthday: May 2, 2070

Your Firsts

First missed periodAug 24 4 Weeks
Baby's heart beat heardOct 19 16 Weeks
Belly definitely showingNov 1616-18 Weeks
Baby kicks felt, second or later babiesNov 3018-20 Weeks
Friends and family may feel baby moveFeb 2931 Weeks

Baby's Developments

Conception is most likely on this date Aug 10 2 Weeks
First heart beat Sep 3 5 Weeks
Major organs have formed and face is slowly forming Oct 5 10 Weeks
Miscarriage risk decreases Oct 19 12 Weeks
Your baby can see light through their closed eyelids Nov 9 15 Weeks
You may be able to feel your baby move now Nov 16 16 Weeks
Your baby can now hear sounds Dec 7 19 Weeks
Third trimester, baby is "practice breathing" Feb 8 28 Weeks
Eyelashes, fingernails, and toenails have now formed Mar 7 32 Weeks

Things to Consider

Start planning maternity leave and postpartum work schedule. Tell boss about pregnancyOct 1912 Weeks
Popular time to tell friends and familyOct 1912 Weeks
Start pediatrician interviewsDec 1420 Weeks
Good time to look into birthing classes for first pregnanciesDec 2121 Weeks
If banking cord blood, find facility and order kitDec 2822 Weeks
Decide whether you want a birthing coach or doula. Start interviewingFeb 828 Weeks
Have your baby shower anytime from nowFeb 2230 Weeks
Good time to take birthing classesFeb 22 30 Weeks
Popular time to have your last day of workApr 436 Weeks
Have your pediatrician chosen ready for baby after birthApr 436 Weeks
Plan who you want to keep in the loop when you go into laborApr 4 36 Weeks
Learn the symptoms of laborApr 436 Weeks

When is my Baby Premature, Full Term or Late Term?[2]

Babies born now are considered Extremely PrematureJan 1825 Weeks
Babies born now are considered Moderately PrematureFeb 1529 Weeks
Babies born now are considered Mildly PrematureMar 1433 Weeks
Babies born now are considered Early Term Apr 11 37 Weeks
Babies born now are considered Full Term Apr 25 39 Weeks
Babies born now are considered Late Term May 9 41 Weeks
Babies born now are considered Post Term May 16 42+ Weeks

Most Probable Due Range

April 2020
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May 2020
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My Due Date May 02, Has Changed?[3]

Your due date May 2nd, 2020 could be changed if there is a significant difference between the due date based on ultrasound and the due date calculated from your LMP (May 2, 2020) date.

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine, and the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine have produced guidelines to help doctors decide when to change due dates. See chart here.

References:

  1. Prenatal Care Fact Sheet. http://womenshealth.gov/publications/our-publications/fact-sheet/prenatal-care.html
  2. Prenatal care and tests. Office on Women's Health (OWH) GOV - https://www.womenshealth.gov/pregnancy/youre-pregnant-now-what/prenatal-care-and-tests
  3. Committee Opinion No. 579. 2013. Definition of term pregnancy. Obstet Gynec. 122 (2013): 1139-40. doi: 10.1097/01.AOG.0000437385.88715.4a
  4. Committee Opinion No. 611. Method for estimating due date. Obstet Gynec. 124 (2014): 863-6. doi: 10.1097/01.AOG.0000454932.15177.be

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