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Determining the Estimated Due Date The estimated due date (EDD or EDC) is the date that spontaneous onset of labor is expected to occur The due date may be estimated by adding 280 days ( 9 months and 7 days) to the first day of the last menstrual period (LMP)
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Due date estimation basically follows two steps: Determination of which time point is to be used as origin for gestational age, as described in section above ; Adding the estimated gestational age at childbirth to the above time point
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