The BabyMed Pregnancy and Baby Tools are the most extensive calculation and assessment tools online and will help you calculate many different issues in pregnancy and after pregnancy.
babyMed has one of the most extensive collections of tools and calculators for pregnancy: From estimating your weight change during your pregnancy and predicting your baby's eye color to counting down to your baby's big day and estimating his birthweight. Browse through our collection of popular pregnancy tools:
There are several recommendations for pregnancy weight gain and BMI changes. The recommendations used the most was established by the Institute of Medicine (IOM) and by the
What color eyes will your baby have? This eye color calculator will help predict your baby's eye color.
Calculate your pregnancy due date and then create your own personalized pregnancy calendar week-by-week. Follow your baby's new developments in weeks and days!
Most women feel the baby's or fetus' first movements after 18-20 weeks of the pregnancy. A baby or fetal kick count is among the most important observations to ensure the baby's health.
How many weeks am I pregnant from my last period? Wondering how many weeks pregnant you are right now? Well, you first must know when your last period was in order to find out how many weeks you are right now. Use this menstrual period calculator to see if your period is late.
Have you ever wondered how many days there are left until your due date? How many days to viability or your 3rd trimester? The babyMed countdown to pregnancy calculator and calendar helps you find out exactly how much longer your pregnancy should last and when the due date will be.
This quiz tests your pregnancy knowledge.
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On babyMed I have developed likely the largest collections of medical calculators for couples trying to get pregnant and those who are already pregnant.
The babyMed weight change calculator will calculate your weight and BMI during pregnancy. It can also predict what your weight may be at the end of the pregnancy.
This pregnancy weight calculator lets you know your optimal pregnancy weight gain and whether you fall within that range.
Track your weight with the babyMed Pregnancy Weight Gain Calculator. It will target your individual recommended pregnancy weight gain based on your height and weight before pregnancy.
Create your own personal pregnancy calendar to find your fertile days and follow your baby's development from conception to birth. Follow along as your baby grows and see what's new each week!
The babyMed pregnancy timeline calculator creates a personalized 9+ months timeline and a timetable of your pregnancy progress.
This hCG calculator and hCG levels chart assess whether your hCG levels are rising normally and doubling normally.
Create your own personal pregnancy calendar and pregnancy calculator week by week to find your fertile days and your pregnancy due date and then to follow your baby's development from conception to birth.
This interactive labor curve and partogram and partograph allows you to enter labor cervical dilatation by time and graphically see whether labor is progressing normally or not.
The babyMed Labor Contractions Timer Tool allows you to follow your contractions as labor begins and as it progresses toward delivery. When timing labor contractions, start counting from the beginning of one contraction to the beginning of the next. Follow your contractions and calculate everything about them: How long they last, how far apart they are and how frequent they become.
This ancient Chinese gender predictor, or Chinese gender chart, predicts your baby's sex based on the mother's age and month of conception.
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Counting your baby's movements during pregnancy can save your baby's life
The pregnancy conception and due date calculator helps you identify the days you may have conceived. Let the Pregnancy Conception Calculator calculate your conception date from your due date.
This Down syndrome calculator will project the statistical risk of a baby having Down syndrome based on the mother's age.
Our Down syndrome risk calculator will calculate your risk of Down syndrome based on your age and established published scientific information.
A fetal kick count, counting the fetal movements, is among the most important observation to ensure the baby's health. Every pregnant woman should learn how to count her fetus' movements. The fetal kick count is done usually after 24 weeks of the pregnancy to monitor the fetal health. There are many different ways to do a kick count.
This Delivery Watch is a stopwatch which comes handy during a normal vaginal delivery. It counts the time between head and body delivery and helps with documenting possible shoulder dystocia. Did you know you have 6-8 minutes and often much longer in between head-to-body during a normal delivery before the baby will have potential oxygen issues?
Did you know you have 6-8 minutes and often much longer in between head-to-body during a normal delivery before the baby will have potential oxygen issues?
What eye color will your baby have? Our eye color calculator tool will help you calculate the chances of your baby having certain eye colors.
This Chinese Sex Pregnancy Calendar Gender Predictor and Calculator predicts the baby's sex based on the mother's age.
Find out your baby's birthweight with this calculator which estimates weight by weeks of the pregnancy
This vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) success and risk calculator helps identify the mathematical chance of having a vaginal birth after cesarean. The VBAC calculator is based on the equation published in the article cited below.
"When did I conceive?" Our handy conception calculator and reverse due date calculator will help you find your conception date using a simple reverse calculator.