Sometimes those pregnancy due date wheels that the doctors use don't work for everyone. If you have a perfect 28 day cycle and you always ovulate on day 14, it will probably work great for you. But if your cycle is longer, you ovulate on a day other than day 14, your luteal phase is longer, or you're undergoing fertility treatments, you might need some extra help in calculating your due date.
I'm a Registered Dietitian specializing in pregnancy and reproductive nutrition.
I know how frustrating it can be to navigate through all the information that's available online and figure out what to believe. In fact, after my twins were born, I went back to school to become a Registered Dietitian to learn more about it. And I'm here to share everything I've learned with you!