Your health and that of your baby will be closely monitored during pregnancy. But who should you see? When should you see it and what are all the pregnancy tests and scans for?
Find out what kind of antenatal care you can expect during pregnancy. Here is our guide to help you through these exciting times. You can also look for an antenatal care service via https://www.jacarandamaternity.co.ke/antenatal-care.
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Your Pregnancy Health Team
Your team of healthcare professionals during pregnancy can vary widely. You should see your family doctor (GP) first if you think you may be pregnant and they will help you plan your prenatal care.
Your doctor should tell you how to make your first appointment with a midwife. From there, the midwife will look after you and your baby during pregnancy and the first few weeks after your baby is born.
You may also have regular obstetric appointments early and late in your pregnancy. They specialize in pregnancy and childbirth and will see you more often if you have multiple births, have complications with your pregnancy, or have a scheduled cesarean section.
When your baby is several months old, your health visitors will take care of you and your baby from your midwife. They may visit you to see how you're doing and be ready for any worries and worries you may have as your baby grows.