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When is my baby due? Use this due date calendar to find out One of the first things you’ll want to know when pregnant is when will my baby be born? Predicting the precise due date is not an exact science as research suggests that only 5% of women actually give birth on their due date.
This due date calendar can help you predict the estimated due date of your baby. Given that around 80% of healthy babies are born within two weeks (either before or after their EDD) should help you get fairly close to the date your baby will be born.
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If you need help or guidance then read up on your pregnancy and the arrival of your new baby. And, ask any questions you have in our Q&A tool, or post a message on the community forums to get help from other mums who have already been through it. Don't forget the government website which has lots of up-to-date advice on your pregnancy and the tests you will be offered.Now you know when your baby’s due, take a look at our Pregnancy Calendar to find out what to expect at each stage?
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