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    Default How often are your ob appointments?

    My first pregnancy I had a whole heap of issues and was always seeing my ob. This
    Time all seems to be going ok with just a few issues to monitor.
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    My OB's usual schedule is approximately: 8/9 weeks, 14, 20, 24, 28, 32, 34, 36, 38, 39.

    So 6-weekly until 20, then 4-weekly until 32, then fortnightly, then weekly.

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    I went monthly from the beginning and at 34 weeks started fortnightly. Not sure what happens after next week's appointment

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