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First GP appt - need to bring anything?

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babybabynamechange Fri 22-May-15 09:04:43

This is actually DC2, I feel I shouldn't be so clueless but we've moved to the other end of the country and it seems they do things differently here. When I had DS I never saw a GP, just had booking in appointment with midwife around 9 weeks. So I'm about 5.5 weeks with DC2 and I called my GP surgery to see about making a midwife apt and they said I need to see a GP first - and soon, I'm seeing him today (called Monday so not an emergency or anything but quick none-the-less).

What's he likely to do/check? Anything? Am not worried - I know I'll find out when I get there but wondering if there is anything I should bring with me. Not sure what. Details of first pregnancy? Cycle dates I guess. Anything else?

Thanks for any suggestions...

Steph1502 Fri 22-May-15 09:09:01

From my experience, all the gp done was take note I was pregnant for my records and refer me to a midwife. Didn't even take a urine sample or anything. They may do it differently at your surgery but that's been my experience (bit pointless if u ask me! Lol) congrats on baby number 2! Good luck at your appt xx

AbbeyRoadCrossing Fri 22-May-15 11:24:17

They didn't do much at mine with my 1st, just asked dates, which hospital and gave me some leaflet about folic acid. They did height, weight and blood pressure I think.
2nd pregnancy I didn't see the point of seeing the GP so self referred to the hospital online

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