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Antenatal care during your pregnancy

You receive antenatal care from your GP, midwife or obstetrician. You’ll be offered tests and scans and your health and your baby’s will be checked.

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Check-ups, tests and scans available during your pregnancy

Antenatal care includes several check-ups, tests and scans, some of which are offered to women as a normal part of antenatal care in Australia. Learn more here.

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Your first antenatal visit

Find out what will happen and what you can learn during your first antenatal care visit with your GP or midwife.

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What does your GP do in pregnancy care?

Your doctor, or GP, is likely to be the first health professional you see when you become pregnant, and may help with your antenatal care.

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Pregnancy at week 7

Your baby is now about 1cm long and if you haven’t seen your doctor yet, now is a good time to start your antenatal care.

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Antenatal care during your pregnancy v2

You receive antenatal care from your GP, midwife or obstetrician. You’ll be offered tests and scans and your health and your baby’s will be checked.

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Antenatal classes

Antenatal classes help you and your partner prepare for the birth of your baby and for caring for your newborn.

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Checkups, scans and tests during pregnancy

Handy infographic that shows what you can expect at each antenatal appointment during your pregnancy.

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Week by week pregnancy- antenatal care at 7 weeks pregnant

Your doctor can look at your foetus’s features to determine how old they are – find out how. You need to talk to your doctor if you experience very severe morning sickness as you may not be getting all the nutrients you and your baby need or early pregnancy spotting (spot bleeding) as you may be at risk of miscarriage.

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Birthing services in Central Australia - NT.GOV.AU

Antenatal care, midwife services, labour and birth, lactation consultant, childbirth education and support for Central Australia.

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