Expecting a child? Then you need the Wolfram Pregnancy Reference Calculator. Our research team has compiled a unique set of tools to help you better understand what is happening to your developing baby throughout pregnancy.
- Use our due date calculator to see your estimated conception date and projected date of birth, or use the it to estimate ovulation date for planning purposes
- Compute birth weight and current or predicted measurements at each stage of pregnancy
- Lookup pregnancy milestones by day, week, or month
- Find statistical information about baby names, such as popularity frequency over time or alternate versions of a name
- Access information about mother's health and nutrition, including over 20 lab test results, showing standard distribution of results
- Bonus Preparation for Baby section includes hospital look-ups, pediatrician statistics, astrology sign computations, birth flower, birth stones, and more
The Wolfram Pregnancy Reference Calculator Assistant is powered by the Wolfram|Alpha computational knowledge engine and is created by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica—the world's leading software system for mathematical research and education.
The Wolfram Pregnancy Reference Calculator Assistant draws on the computational power of Wolfram|Alpha's supercomputers over 3G, 4G, or Wi-Fi connection.
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Ratings and Reviews
1: the app doesn't store your personal dates so you have to type them in every time you load it.
2: it reports gestational age in months and days - which is weird because most doctors & websites refer to age in weeks! Even stranger is how if you try to look at the pregnancy milestones, they are listed in weeks, which I don't know because the report didn't tell me that.
3: it will report the hospitals nearest a location, but you cannot click on them to find out more information about that hospital. You have to go back a page and then type in the whole name (no partial name matching) of the hospital for wolfram to give you a report about that hospital.
In general the interface is clunky. I am familiar with Wolfram Alpha’s output, but I expected something a bit more tailored for the specific app – at least if you display a graph for maternal weight gain you should include the labels on the graph. X-axis is weeks, Y-axis is lbs.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.