All pregnancies are different
Now we no longer have to assume that all children follow the same growth curve in the womb and that all pregnancies are equally long!
The calculation of a preliminary date of birth offered by healthcare professionals is exclusively based on the baby's size in the womb, despite the fact that there are several other known factors affecting the length of the pregnancy.
Our unique prediction models give you the opportunity to access a personal calculation as to which day is the most likely that your child will be born.Select your forecast
Your child's most likely
birthdate in three simple steps
Our unique forecast models have been developed by researchers having analysed data from 1.7 million pregnancies.
Choose between Our Early Forecast and Our Best Forecast
Enter your personal information.
You receive your result on the screen – and sent to your e-mail address if you want!
Some common FAQs
Read more questions and answers in FAQ.
No. Our Early Forecast takes into account when you had your last period and is not dependent on you having had an ultrasound examination.
However, this is not our best prediction model but it is still better suited for you than the prediction you can make using the pregnancy wheel or standard due date calculators.
The service can be described in three steps:
1) Choose which of our models you want to use: Our Early Forecast, which is based on the last menstrual period and is free, or Our Best Forecast, which assumes that you have an estimated date of birth based on an ultrasound examination.
2) Answer the questions in the form.
3) Click on the result (Our Early Forecast) or pay (Our Best Forecast) and have the result presented in a digital format that you can also be received as an email to be printed out.
You can easily pay using Klarna.