There's no pregnancy week by week rule book, but typically you officially find out the date your baby is due between eight and 14 weeks, when you go for your ultrasound scan. Your doctor will then be able to tell you when you can expect your new bundle of joy - but remember, it's not a perfect science and babies have a habit of making their mums wait for their grand debut!
If you've yet to see your doctor and are keen to know roughly when your little one will arrive then you could count backwards and try to work it out manually, but there's not need when you've got us to do the work for you! Our handy due date calculator tool will help you work out exactly when your baby's due. Just tell us the date of your last period and we'll tell you when you can expect your new addition to the family - simple!
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And then of course, there's also the fun job of your pregnancy announcement. Once you've settled into your pregnancy there are so many exciting ways to let friends and family know your happy news.
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