• Due date & Gestational age based on period

    Due date & Gestational age based on period

    Due Date Calculator based on Last Menstrual Period (LMP).
    Enter the first day of your Last Menstrual Period and the length of your cycle in order to estimate your Due Date and the gestational age at present.
    Note, all dates given are estimates; We will give you a more accurate indication of your due date when you have your 7-10 week ultrasound scan.

    Enter first day of last menstrual period:

    Length of menstrual period cycle:

  • Gestational Age based on Due Date

    Gestational Age based on Due Date

    Gestational Age based on the Due Date
    If you know your due date, you can calculate how many weeks of pregnancy you have completed so far.

    Enter your due date:

  • Fertility calculator

    Fertility calculator

    Enter the date of your last menstrual period and the length of your cycle to show the period at which you are most fertile.

    Date of your first day of your last menstrual period:

    Ferility Window:


Gynaecological Practice of Dr. Michael Lazanakis, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist F.R.C.O.G, and Fiona McIntosh, Midwife R.N, R.M

Welcome to Venusmed. Our practice is able to offer services equivalent to the high level of care that pregnant women in United Kingdom enjoy. We wish to present pregnancy and delivery as a positive experience by offering an environment of excellent care and medical expertise. The investigation and approach of patients problems are based on sound international scientific evidence while taking into consideration the individual needs of each woman. Both contributors are affiliated with IASO and LETO Hospital where labour care and gynaecological surgical procedures are undertaken.

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Food in Pregnancy

Nutrition includes everything we eat, drink, smoke and inhale – all the elements that our bodies absorb, utilise, store and excrete. Optimal nutrition is about moderation and balance rather than deprivation and starvation.

What are Fibroids

Uterine fibroids are benign (not cancer) growths in the uterus. They occur in about 20-25% of all women. Most women who have fibroids are not aware of them because the growths can remain small and not cause symptoms.

Physiology of menstruation

The cycle is designed so that a woman produces an egg once each month, allowing her the possibility of becoming pregnant. Each cycle begins with the first day of the period. A number of eggs begin to grow in the ovary