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Top 101 Questions During Pregnancy

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# 1 I would like to understand as to how I can calculate my due date of delivery.
Once you have tested positive for pregnancy, you can now calculate the due date of delivery. The process is simple and all it requires is for you to calculate 40 weeks or 280 days from the first day of your last menstrual period forwards.
# 2 I often hear about gestational and foetal age. What is the difference?
When dating your pregnancy your doctor would utilize these two modalities. Gestational age is simply the time from the first day of your last menstrual period to date. On the contrary foetal age is the estimated or computed age of baby counting from the day of conception onwards.

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