Once you reach the third trimester, you'll have more frequent antenatal appointments (particularly if it's your first pregnancy), to monitor your bump's growth and listen in to your baby's heartbeat.
These appointments may be with your midwife (like mine) or your obstetrician, depending on the care you've been receiving and whether your pregnancy is deemed "low risk" or not.
After your 28 week
antenatal appointment, you'll be likely to have an appointment at 31, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 41 weeks' pregnant (if you get that far).
These appointments usually only last about 20 minutes and this is usually what happens: (more…)