Conception Date Calculator

You want to know when your baby was conceived? The Conception Date Calculator calculates what date and day of the week your baby was conceived on based on your pregnancy due date. The conception calculation is based on the average number of days per pregnancy according to "Naegele's Rule".

You can estimate dates for the missed menstrual period and for the range of days the pregnancy-causing "event" likely occurred.

Plus, you can also select any birth date -- meaning you can calculate conception dates for yourself and your friends. Want to know what date and day of the week you were likely conceived on? You select your birthday (or due date if you were born premature or late) and then click the "Calculate" button.

Plus, unlike other conception calculators this calculator includes selectable dates going back 100 years. This means it can also be used to calculate conception dates and days of the week for any dates of birth occurring within the past 99 years, which can be useful when conducting genealogy research.

Additional functions include social media, help, notes, announcements and our blog.

This app features easy to use day, month and year date pickers and detailed results.

Keep notes about your birthdays on the 'Notes" page. This is useful for pregnancy planning or saving information about dates and people.

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Additional Information

Eligible for Family Library
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July 1, 2016
Current Version
Requires Android
4.0.3 and up
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Offered By
Timothy Koen
61 W. Annabelle Ave. Hazel Park, MI. 48030
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