We conduct antenatal appointments monthly until you reach 28 weeks,
fortnightly until 36 weeks, and then weekly until you deliver your baby.
Each and every pregnancy is different and may run on a slightly different time schedule to the one listed below. The obstetricians will let you know at each appointment when you will next need to be seen. The schedule outlined below complies with the recommendations of the World Health Organisation.
Appointment with obstetrician
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