FetoLife supports you throughout the whole pregnancy journey. Whether you are planning for it or are already pregnant, our tools help you and your baby stay healthy every step of the way.
If you are trying to get pregnant, plan to have sex on the days where conceiving is most likely. Use our ovulation calculator to see when you're most fertile, based on your menstrual cycle.
This calculator will show you the possible implantation dates based on your ovulation or when your last menstrual period was. This is when the pregnancy hormones multiply rapidly, making the result of a pregnancy test more reliable. On the day of implantation, there is also a chance that bleeding occurs.
Pregnancy test date calculator
Find out the earliest day you can take a pregnancy test, depending on your last menstruation and ovulation. Within the first eight days after ovulation, the chance is relatively low that a pregnancy test will deliver a reliable result. After two weeks, the outcome has a very high probability of being correct.
Pregnancy test quiz
There are a few methods to find out if you are pregnant. One of these is a home-test which you can easily buy over-the-counter and use at home. Sometimes you can experience symptoms of pregnancy very early on. Take our pregnancy test quiz to see if the symptoms you are experiencing might mean that you are pregnant.
Course of pregnancy
Pregnancy preparation quiz
All the do’s and don’ts during pregnancy can be overwhelming. Take our pregnancy preparation quiz to see if you are on track with the necessary lifestyle adjustments before and during pregnancy.
Due date calculator
Knowing when your baby is due is an important part of planning your pregnancy care and preparing for birth. Use our due date calculator to find out your estimated due date (EDD).
IVF due date calculator
If you have become pregnant thanks to an IVF treatment, the process to calculate your due date will look a little different compared to a natural conception. Use our IVF due date calculator to find out your due date based on the fertility treatment and the day of egg retrieval.
Weight gain calculator
Eating for two does not mean eating double the portions. To avoid pregnancy weight-related complications, you should keep your weight gain during pregnancy within the recommended range. Our calculator will tell you how much you should gain in total, based on your pre-pregnancy BMI.
Caffeine intake calculator
Consuming large amounts of caffeine during pregnancy can increase the risk of complications, such as miscarriage or low birthweight. Guidelines from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommend a limit of 200 milligrams of caffeine a day. This tool lets you insert all the beverages you drank or intend to drink, to determine if the amount of caffeine is safe for your growing baby.
Baby size calculator
Curious how big your baby is? Our baby-size calculator helps to understand the size of your baby based on different factors such as pregnancy week, weight and ultrasound results.
Perinatal Mental Health Assessment quiz
Becoming a mother brings a lot of emotions, ranging from joy and excitement to stress and anxiety. The physical changes your body goes through may also influence your mood and feelings, and it is common to experience more ups and downs than normal. But depression is more than just a low mood.