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When you’re expecting, you’ll welcome a new routine into your life: regular prenatal visits. As many moms can tell you, there’s an air of excitement to these visits. You’ll learn your estimated due date and hear your baby’s heartbeat for the first time. We will also monitor your health and your baby’s health, provide nutrition and activity guidelines, explain what to expect during labor and delivery, and offer tips on how to care and feed your new baby.
Recommended Schedule for a Healthy Pregnancy
For a healthy pregnancy, We probably want to see you on the following recommended schedule of prenatal visits:
- Weeks 4 to 28: 1 prenatal visit a month
- Weeks 28 to 36: 1 prenatal visit every 2 weeks
- Weeks 36 to 40: 1 prenatal visit every week
Be sure to stick to the schedule that we doctor suggests — even if life gets hectic. Prenatal care is important for both your health and your baby’s health. In fact, when a mother doesn’t get prenatal care, their baby is three times more likely to have a low birth weight. When your doctor checks you regularly, they can spot problems early and treat them so that you can have the healthiest pregnancy possible.