Due Dates Calculated by the Moon


Did you know you can calculate your due date by the moon? The baby will be due appropriately 10 moons after the first day of her last monthly bleed.

If her period started on a quarter moon, the baby will be due 10 quarter moons later. If her period started on a full moon, the baby would be due around 10 full moons later.

Obviously, nowadays we have more accurate ways to pinpoint a more precise week, even day to expect an arrival. I mean, we use calendars. This is how things used to be done though!

Another way would be by measuring the woman’s fundal height. I personally feel this can be an accurate way to pinpoint an expected delivery week, for most women! (With out means of ultrasound)

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