Reverse Due Date Calculator
The reverse due date calculator will help you no matter if you're already pregnant, planning to conceive, or just curious to find out the day you were created, to discover how old you truly are ⭐
We'll help you with:
- Calculating your conception date based on your birthday;
- Planning the conception date, so you can obtain the due date of your desire.
Read on to discover the full range of our reverse conception calculator's functions (instructions included! 📝).
How to use the reverse due date calculator?
Our reverse due date calculator only requires one value from you. It can be either:
- Your birthday date;
- Your due date;
- Your conception date; or
- The date intercourse occurred.
Omni Calculators work both ways - you can enter your data anywhere you want!
💡 Check the advanced mode button if the pregnancy has already happened, and you know exactly how long it lasted.
Our reverse pregnancy due date calculator will show you an estimated time interval, where the intercourse most likely occurred/should occur.
Why is is an interval, and not a single date?
Human fertility is a complicated subject, and it depends on many unpredictable variables. That's why we always have to give ourselves some uncertainty range to avoid any possible errors.
So what may go wrong?
Ovulation does not always happen on the very same day each month; and
Conception does not have to occur on the calculated day of ovulation.
Read more about this topic in our:
How to calculate the conception date based on birthday?
Firstly, we need to make a few assumptions:
- Menstrual cycle length is equal to 28 days; and
- Human pregnancy lasts exactly 40 weeks, that is 280 days.
The equation we need looks as follows:
Conception = Birthday date - 280 days
Conception = Due date - 280 days
Now we need to estimate the error range for the intercourse date; let's calculate the earliest possible day the intercourse occurred:
Intercourse = Conception - 7 days
💡 If you'd like to be more precise with your calculations, we'd recommend you find out on exactly what week of the pregnancy you were born. The estimate presented above may be especially misleading for babies born preterm! - check the advanced mode.
Planning your pregnancy calendar
Is planning your pregnancy possible? Of course, it is (to a reasonable level)! We'll guide you through the process of using all the resources available to help you obtain the best results possible.
- Intercourse date
Do you already know your ovulation dates? For confirmation that the ovulation did happen, you may use a urine ovulation test, or a temperature, and cervical mucus method described in our . You could also use our conception due date calculator in reverse, by choosing your desired birth day.
For intercourse to produce a baby, it must happen up to 24 hrs after ovulation.
💡 Contraceptives are an efficient way to choose the perfect time for a pregnancy - with oral contraceptives you can get pregnant the month after you stop using them.
- Implantation: + 7 days
The embryo uses this time for the long journey between the fallopian tubes and the uterus. A few days after this, your pregnancy can be detected with a simple, store-bought urine hCG test.
- First ultrasound: + 11/13 weeks
Now, as the baby is rapidly developing, we must check that everything is alright. Your doctor will measure the CPR (length) of the embryo. You will also be able to hear the baby's heartbeat just after the 6th week of pregnancy! 💓
- Second ultrasound: + 18/22 weeks
- Third ultrasound: 28/32 weeks
This is the final assessment of the child's well-being, as well as its pace of development. If you haven't done it before, this is the final time you can get all of the tests required for a pregnant women - the presence of viral diseases, bacterial diseases, and diabetes in pregnancy.
- Delivery: + 280 days
Are you all packed and prepared? Delivery is a long journey. We're all keeping our fingers crossed for you!
Taking about birthdays... have you ever wondered what's the probability of meeting a person born on precisely the same day as you? 🎂