Pregnancy App Article: "Antenatal appointments"

Week 28
Antenatal appointments
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You’ll probably have an antenatal appointment in week 28. Your midwife might talk to you about what sort of birth you are hoping for so it’s worth considering beforehand so you’re ready with any questions you might want to ask. It's likely you'll also have some blood tests done, but you should be told about these in advance.

Perhaps you fancy using a birthing pool if there’s one available, or you might want to ask about the pain relief on offer, or how many birth partners you’re allowed to have. All of this could of course go straight out the window on the day, but it’s good to have an idea of what you’d like in an ideal situation.
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The checks at week 28 are really quite important, I had high blood pressure at mine and had to be delivered early.
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