You at 28 weeks
At your 28-week antenatal appointment, your midwife or doctor will:
- measure your blood pressure
- test your urine for protein
- discuss the results of any screening tests from your last appointment
Heartburn or acid reflux is common in pregnancy. It can be uncomfortable but isn't harmful. Find out how to avoid heartburn and how to ease the symptoms.
If you've been told your blood type is rhesus negative, you'll be offered an injection in pregnancy to protect your unborn baby. You'll be offered tests for your blood and your baby's blood at birth, and you may be offered a second injection to protect your babies in any future pregnancies.
Things to think about
What happens when you have a caesarean.
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