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Naegele’s Rule - The rule estimates the expected date of delivery [EDD]. 1st- Calculate the date of your LAST MENSTRUAL PERIOD. The 1st day of your last period. This is very important, so remember CAREFULLY! Let’s use today’s date as our example. LMP: Month 08/ Day 03/ Year 2011 2nd- Subtract 3 months / add 7 days / add 1 year [and yes, you may use your fingers to count, if you’d like.] Answer: Month 08 - 03 = 05 Day 03 + 07 = 10 Year 2011 + 01 = 2012 Due Date: 05/10/20
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