Am I Pregnant?
enter 1st due date of your period
Example: Last month if you had your periods from 2nd March to 5th March. The first day would be 2nd March. Put this date on the calculator and this will tell you when to use the Pregnancy Kit to get an accurate result.
It is an application that helps you determine when to take a pregnancy test based on the date of your last menstrual period (LMP) and the length of your menstrual cycle. The calculator uses this information to estimate your due date and determine when you are most likely to get an accurate result from a pregnancy test.
They can be a useful tool in determining when to take a pregnancy test, but they are not 100% accurate. Factors such as irregular menstrual cycles, ovulation timing, and the sensitivity of the pregnancy test can affect the accuracy of the results. It is always best to confirm pregnancy with a medical professional.
To use a pregnancy test calculator, you need to enter the date of your last menstrual period and the length of your menstrual cycle. Some calculators may also ask for the length of your luteal phase and the date of ovulation if you know them. Once you have entered this information, the calculator will provide you with an estimate of when you can take a pregnancy test and your possible due date.
It is important to note that the pregnancy test calculator is only an estimate and should not be used as a substitute for medical advice. If you suspect you may be pregnant, it is important to confirm the pregnancy with a healthcare professional. You can whatsapp our care chat counsellors to connect with a local doctor.