Ultrasound gestation period

Calculator of gestational age by Ultrasound

Embryo length, mm
Please, Enter all values correctly.
Pregnancy term
weeks days

What Is Gestational Age?

Gestational Age is a scientific term that is used to determine how far you are in the pregnancy stage. Although if we take a look at the word “Gestation” then it means the time between conception and birth of the baby. During the Gestation time period, the baby grows inside the mother’s womb.

Logically, Gestation is measured in weeks, and normal pregnancy is between 38-42 weeks.

Gestational Age By Ultrasound

Gestational Age can be determined before and after birth but we are here to discuss it through ultrasound. Through ultrasound, we can determine the size of the baby’s head, thigh bone, and abdomen. This provides relaxation for new mothers and also makes the wait for the baby easier than before.

If you want accuracy in terms of the Gestational Age then be sure to match the baby’s age after birth with the calendar age, this will in fact tell you if the gestational age was appropriate or not. A newborn baby’s weight is between 2.5kgs and 4 kgs.

How To Use The Gestational Age By Ultrasound Calculator

Using this calculator is very easy, just follow the steps that are mentioned below. It is advised that you take the permission of your medical advisor before you use this calculator or they can use it on your behalf. If you cannot understand the whole procedure of the calculator then make sure to have a medical professional with you when using the calculator.

Step 1: Enter The Embryo Length

Here, you have to enter the embryo’s length in mm. If you don’t have this information, or if you have doubts about the accuracy then contact your medical advisor/professional.

What Will Be The Results?

Upon entering the information correctly, you will be given the pregnancy term. It would be in weeks and days. For example, if the embryo’s length is 25mm then the pregnancy term will be 9 weeks and 1 day.

You can use this information to take maternity leave, but these are still just estimates. The actual date of birth will vary so you have to take these readings with a grain of salt.