• IVF Due Date Calculator by Date of Transfer, Retrieval, Ovulation or Insemination

      IVFConnections' IVF due date calculator was created specifically for women with a history of infertility. It will calculate your due date based on 3-day IVF transfer, 5-day IVF blast transfer date, egg retrieval date, IUI insemination date or your date of ovulation. This calculator will estimate your due date as well as how far along you are in your pregnancy.

      Simply answer the two questions and click the "Calculate" button and your results will appear below.

      IVF Due Date Calculator
      This IVF due date calculator was created by IVFConnections to give you a quick estimate of your due date and pregnancy progress.
      Which one of the following dates are you most certain about?

      First day of last menstrual period
      Date of ovulation, egg retrieval or insemination
      Date of 3-day embryo transfer
      Date of 5-day embryo (blast) transfer

      On what date did this occur?

      Estimated delivery date:

      You should be:

      It is not always easy to judge how far along you are in your pregnancy. The beginning of an IVF pregnancy is measured slightly differently than a pregnancy that arises from natural, spontaneous (unassisted) pregnancy.

      The pregnancies themselves aren't different; but the terminology and length calculations can be. This is because the due date for a natural (spontaneous) pregnancy is calculated based on the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP) versus the more accurate dates you will have available with ART.

      The more accurately you can specify your conception date, the more accurately this IVF pregnancy calculator can estimate your due date.

      Your due date is a target calculated by doctors, but only about 10% of women actually give birth on their due dates. Doctors and calculators like this one are great at estimating, but only your body will decide when it is time for labor.

      Women who undergo ART may have greater-than-normal physical problems in their pregnancies. Those who get pregnant with twins, for example, face a higher risk of preterm labor, c-section, and other obstetrical complications. Please be sure to discuss all of your pregnancy concerns with your doctor.

      Please note that these online calculators give an estimate of pregnancy progress, based on information you have submitted. They are not intended as a substitute for information from your own doctor. If you are pregnant or think you are pregnant, please be sure to follow up with your own doctor.

      Want to know more? First, start with these articles.

      Beta hCG Values and Facts
      Question: My Beta After Transferring IVF Embryos is 4. Am I Pregnant?
      After an IVF Embryo Transfer: What You Need to Know
      The IVF Two Week Wait (2WW) Defined
      The IVF Two Week Wait (2WW): If and When to Do a Home Pregnancy Test
      All About Home Pregnancy Tests, Including How to Use Them
      IVF Due Date Calculator

      Next, visit our Beta and other related forums.

      Beta Board
      Two Week Wait Board
      Pregnant After IVF Board
      General IVF Board

      Still have questions? Come ask them in the forums or contact us so that we can point you in the right direction.
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