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Schedule Chart for Prenatal Visits

Prenatal visits are when you get checkups from a doctor, nurse, or midwife throughout your pregnancy.Preconception and prenatal visits can help prevent complications and inform women about important steps they can take to protect their infant and ensure a healthy pregnancy. They are important for both your health and your baby's health. If you have a high-risk pregnancy,your doctor might ask you to come in for check-ups more often.
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Schedule Chart for Prenatal Visits
Week 22-25
During this time, you will have another ultrasound scan to determine whether there is a late anomaly in the development of your baby.

Week 24-28
Glucose screen to check for gestational diabetes. At this stage, you will have a glucose challenge or a glucose tolerance test. A visit to the physician to discuss glucose test results and talk about receiving RH immune globulin if RH negative during week 28.

Week 28-32
Around this time, you will receive a review of the fetal growth and a follow-up visit will be arranged.

Week 34-39
Weekly tracking of fetal growth weight.Some practitioners do internal exams to check the cervix; some do a vaginal/rectal culture for group B streptococcus.

Week 40
Your pregnancy journey comes to an end. You will have a follow-up with doctor, ultrasound, monitoring biophysical profile every 2-4 days.

Week 41-42
Your doctor will refer you to the delivery room, where you may have a contraction stress test and induced to give labor.

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