What can you eat or do to stop your period from starting on your due date?
There are certain pills that you can obtain with a prescription. They can momentarily delay your period so that if you have an event coming up around your cycle you can push back your cycle. "Norethisterone is a progestogen hormone in tablet form, which is taken three times a day for three days before your period is due and then for seven days to delay the period. At the end of the seven days, the tablets are stopped and your period starts as normal. It is available on NHS prescription from your GP." (taken from http://www.netdoctor.co.uk/ate/womenshealth/207372.html)
Your pregnancy due date is calculated from the FIRST day of your last menstrual period. Starting from this day, count 40 weeks forward and that is your due date. This is the typical method used in OB/GYN offices and is the standard way to calculate due date. If the date of you last menstrual period (LMP) is not known, doctors can also estimate a due date based on an ultrasound measurements of the fetus.
Only an ultrasound scan can give the exact gestation of the fetus and will give you the closest guess to your due date. Most midwives and health proffesionals will take the date your last period began and calculate 40 weeks from this giving you a rough due date, this is only providing your last 'period' was actually a period and not spotting if you may have already been pregnant.
Due date calculators are very useful in determining the approximate due date of a baby. Due date calculators use the date of the last menstrual period and calculates out 40 weeks to determine a due date. Most women give birth between 38 and 42 weeks, some due date calculators are great rough estimators of the time frame of birth.
There are no period predictors that can predict your first period - period predictors work by recording your past cycles to predict when your next period may be due, it can't pull a date out of thin air as to when your first period may start. The most anyone can tell you is that menarche (first period) normally occurrs within four years of starting puberty.
You can find your expected date of delivery at any point during pregnancy, using either the time of conception or the date of the last menstrual period. Naegele's Rule is a handy guide for calculating due date. It's easy to do mentally, too. Using your last menstrual period as a starting point, add a year; then subtract three months; then add a week. So, if the first day of your last period was on June…
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