OvenYr Journey

You will be given different types of information from a variety of sources to cover the many aspects of your pregnancy journey, and yes – it’s a lot to take in at first!

Planning with Pregnancy Calculators

Understand your fertile window to fall pregnant. And once pregnant know your estimated date of when your baby is due.


Trying for Pregnancy?

Best chance of getting pregnant.
Ovulation Calculator

New Baby arrival?

Plan for Baby Birth & Care.
Due Date Calculator

Pregnancy Timeline

A common term you’ll hear throughout your pregnancy is trimester. A “normal,” full-term pregnancy is 40 weeks and can range from 37 to 42 weeks. It’s divided into three trimesters. Each trimester lasts between 12 and 14 weeks, or about 3 months.

  • 0


    The moment of conception is when the woman’s ovum (egg) is fertilised by the man’s sperm. The gender and inherited characteristics are decided in that instant.

    Know More
  • 7

    Baby’s heartbeat

    Hearing a baby’s heartbeat for the first time is an exciting milestone for new parents-to-be. Your doctor may schedule your first abdominal or vaginal ultrasound to check for signs of a healthy, developing pregnancy.

  • 12

    Pregnancy Announcement

    Many women choose to delay announcing a pregnancy at least until the end of the first trimester (12 weeks into their pregnancy). This is commonly attributed to the risk of miscarriage during this time, but the 12-week mark is not a hard and fast rule you need to follow.

    Pregnancy Update

1st Trimester

1 to 4 pounds (0.5 to 1.8 kg)
  • 15

    Getting Active

    The second trimester is when many women start to feel more energetic and active. Your 'baby bump' might start to become more noticeable. More blood is now flowing around your body, which might be giving you a pregnancy ‘glow’.

    Safe Exercises
  • 18

    Baby Movement & Gender

    By week 18, you may start to feel light-headed and dizzy, but you may also be able to find out whether you’re having a boy or a girl. Your baby is moving around a lot by now. You will have an ultrasound to check your baby’s development.

    Boy or Girl?
  • 25

    End of 2nd trimester

    Your baby is gaining weight rapidly. At 25 weeks they weigh about 1.5 pounds and their heart is beating at about 140 beats per minute – much faster than it will beat after they are born. As the uterus expands upwards you might feel uncomfortable around your ribs. You might also be experiencing indigestion and heartburn.

    Read More

2nd Trimester

4.5 to 14 pounds (2.0 to 6.5 kg)
  • 28

    No Fly Zone

    Congratulations - you have reached the third trimester! As the birth gets nearer, you will probably start seeing your doctor or midwife for antenatal appointments every 2 weeks. Your baby's heartbeat can be heard through a stethoscope, and your partner might even be able to hear it by putting their ear to your tummy, although it’s difficult to find the right place. Many Airlines will not allow you to fly.

    Watch Out
  • 36

    Relax with Music

    Many women find they get more emotional in the third trimester. If you’re feeling sad, it might be because of your hormones, because you’re not getting a good night’s sleep, or because the thought of becoming a parent can stir up deep emotions. By week 31, your baby’s lungs are more mature, but are yet to produce surfactant, a substance that helps with breathing once they are born.

    Hit Play
  • 36

    Labor Ready?

    If your baby has engaged, you might notice your bump has moved down. You might also feel pressure in your lower abdomen or on your cervix, and you will probably need to go to the toilet more often. By week 36, your baby is about 47cm long and weighs approximately 5.6 pounds. Your baby’s head may start to engage or sit lower into your pelvis at this time, getting ready for labor.

    Get Informed
*units in weeks

3rd Trimester

25 to 35 pounds (8.0 - 13.6kg)

After Child Birth

Your body has just done one of the most remarkable things it will ever do. Focus is on the Baby, but remember to care of yourself, too.

OvenYr Shop

OvenYrs need so many things, too! Shop the very best of Pregnancy Essentials & Maternity Products.

Learn More Shop Around

Telehealth in Maternity Care

Learn more about your Pregnancy no matter how far or remote you are by contacting an expert Obstetrician to gain expert advice and a strong dose of reassurance though a scheduled video-call over the internet.

Fix a Tele-Appointment


While your focus is gathering a village to raise your child, you can only do this by taking care of yourself first. Having access to guidance at your fingertips of your OvenYr’s Journey though these popular ever growing blog articles might help!

Browse OvenYr's Know-hows