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Have questions about Getting Pregnant, how to have a Healthy Pregnancy and how to explore options for an Unplanned Pregnancy? We’ll help guide you through every pregnancy possibility.

Welcome to the American
Pregnancy Association

Supporting Your Pregnancy Journey

From conception through birth and all the wonderful in-betweens, our nurses and pregnancy educators are here to provide the resources and information you need for the healthiest possible pregnancy.

Unplanned
Pregnancy

Healthy
Pregnancy

Getting
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Planning Your Pregnancy Tools

From conception through birth and all the wonderful in-betweens, our nurses and pregnancy educators are here to provide the resources and information you need for the healthiest possible pregnancy.

Ovulation calendar

Do you know your days of ovulation? When are you most fertile?

Pregnancy due date calculator

Estimate how far along you are and see weekly development.

Baby names directory

Search our comprehensive directory of baby names to find the perfect name.

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Educator Now

We’re available Mon-Fri 7am – 10pm 
Sat 9am – 5pm & Sun 11am – 7pm

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Our Partners

Only the best will do for babies and their parents! The American Pregnancy Association screens our sponsors’ products and services for pregnancy safety, effectiveness, comfort and accuracy.

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