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    Delivery letter

    What is important to you during childbirth? Convey all your thoughts to the healthcare staff through your birth plan, which you can write directly in the app! envelope icon

    • illustration gear

      Log your well-being

      Log your well-being day by day and receive personalized recommendations based on your symptoms when using Daily Mood.purple calendar with a plus icon

    • illustration gear

      Daily doula

      Our Daily Doula provides you with encouraging messages and insights every day, tailored to support you through your entire pregnancy as well as the fourth trimester.
      sunset icon

    • pregnant woman in green

      Courses

      Take part in our free courses covering various stages of childbirth, positions, hypnobirthing, pain relief, and newborn care. Valued at approximately 12,000 SEK.graduation cap icon

    • conversation bubbles

      Pre-parenting the game

      A unique game designed for expectant parents. It includes a variety of discussion questions covering everything from sleep deprivation and family traditions to handling the toddler years. baby deck cards

    • Guides

      Guides

      In our guides, you'll find valuable information and practical advice for both expectant and new parents, developed in collaboration with healthcare professionals. open book icon

    • Purple envelope

      Delivery letter

      What is important to you during childbirth? Convey all your thoughts to the healthcare staff through your birth plan, which you can write directly in the app! envelope icon

      What does EDD mean?

      EDD is an abbreviation of the estimated due date, the date your baby is expected to arrive.

      Calculate the BF - how to do it!

      When someone asks which week you are in, the answer can be two different ones, because it is depends on how you count. Are you in week 18 when you are in week 17+2, or when you are in week 18+2? As an expectant parent, how you calculate which week you are in differs. Moreover, often from how health professionals count. So let's clarify all question marks on how to calculate BF and why to count weeks of pregnancy!

      What week am I in? Don't you count the month of pregnancy?

      Midwives and other health care professionals always count the full week as you have been able to cope. That is, if you are in week 26+2, health professionals say that you are in week 26. Expectant parents often count the week you are 'in', the that is, if you are in week 26+2, you are said to be in week 27.

      The pregnancy is considered full term when 37 full weeks have passed, i.e. week 37+0 (when you "enter" week 38). If a baby is born before week 37+0, the following are counted the baby is considered premature. If the pregnancy goes to week 42+0, the baby is considered to be overburdened.

      Most pregnancy platforms, including Baby Journey, calculate based on the number of children. week you are currently in. If you are in week 24+2, then you are in week 25 at us!

      Calculate BF with our pregnancy calendar: what week are you in?

      To work out how far along your pregnancy is, you need to know the first day of your last period. Baby Journey's pregnancy calendar can calculate BF automatically based on this, so once you've added a dot, we can be the first to give you an approximate date to work from and give you the answer to when your baby will finally arrive. If you want a little more understanding about how to calculate BF in practice, you can count months (counted as 28 days) or weeks of pregnancy (7 days) from the first day of your last period onwards - then you can figure out how far along you are. You will probably realize that 28 days times 9 (the number of months you are pregnant) is not equal to 280 days that a pregnancy is always counted as. This is because the 9 months that people usually talk about pregnancy being, starts counting from week 4, which is about the time you can figure out that you are pregnant. This means that you will actually be pregnant for 10 months if you count from the first day of your period! Calculating your due date will give you an idea of when the baby will arrive, but very few babies are born at the estimated time of delivery. The date actually gives an indication of approximately when you can expect the baby to be ready to face the world. The date on which you expect to give birth can also be changed a few days earlier or later when you have an ultrasound scan, as this allows the medical staff to measure the fetus and thus determine the week of pregnancy. Your due date may also be moved depending on whether you have an extra long or short menstrual cycle.

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