Partner with a Cone Health doctor or certified nurse-midwife for prenatal care that fits your needs and preferences.
Your First Prenatal Visit
Schedule your first prenatal visit as soon as you know you’re pregnant. Your first visit may include:
- A review your medical history
- An estimate your baby’s gestational age and due date, based on your last menstrual period and possibly an ultrasound
- A physical exam
- Information on what you can do to keep yourself and your baby as healthy as possible throughout your pregnancy
Supporting a Healthy Pregnancy
See your provider regularly throughout your pregnancy so he or she can monitor your health, measure your baby’s growth, and address any questions or concerns. Your provider will tell you how often you should return for checkups.
Visit our health library to learn more about what you expect during pregnancy.
Cone Health Pregnancy Classes
You’ll find a wide array of pregnancy and childbirth classes to take you through each trimester of your pregnancy. Begin with Preparing for 9 Special Months, a class designed to help you and your partner map out the healthiest course possible for your pregnancy and developing baby.
High-Risk Pregnancy Care
If you face a high-risk pregnancy, find consultations, screenings, support and specialty care at the Center for Maternal Fetal Care at Women’s Hospital.