When’s my due date?
This rule applies only if you have a regular menstrual cycle of 28 days and you’ve stopped taking the pill more than three months ago.
To determine the exacte due date an ultrasound will be made early in your pregnancy
Perhaps you have certain questions prior to the first investigation. If so, please contact us. We advise you to contact us in case of bleeding in early pregnancy.
Bring along your ID and insurance card, during the first investigation.
The frequency of inspections:
- 11th to 24th week: every 4 weeks,
- 24th to 30th week: every 3 weeks;
- 30th to 36th week: every 2 weeks;
- from 36 weeks every week.
- more often if necessary.
Tip: write questions on a note so you do not forget to questions during the audit.
During your pregnancy at 12, 20 and 30 weeks an ultrasound, and possibly more if during your pregnancy indicates this is necessary is.
In what cases do I have to call?
You should always call at:
- generous bright red vaginal bleeding;
- less to feel no life for one day (from 28 weeks)
- continuous, unexplained loss of fluid from the vagina
- regular abdominal cramps.
- urinary infectio