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The “estimated date of delivery” (EDD), or “due date” as it is commonly called, is the expected date that you will begin labor. As the name suggests, this date is just an estimate. It is likely you will start labor any time from two weeks before or two weeks after this estimated date. It is unlikely that your baby will be born exactly on the estimated date of delivery. In fact, only 5% of babies are born on the exact due date.