Now you are pregnant
How you feel about your early pregnancy will depend on so many things.
How old you are, your circumstances, whether you were planning to be pregnant, how prepared you feel for pregnancy and parenting and how your pregnancy came about will all affect how prepared, anxious or uncertain you feel.
If you do not wish to be pregnant, see our information on unplanned pregnancy to learn about your options.
Am I really pregnant?
If you suspect you are pregnant you can get a pregnancy test from a chemist or pharmacy or you can visit your GP.Learn more
Your first pregnancy check-up
Whether you are a private or a public patient you may wish to have your first pregnancy appointment with your local GP.Learn more
Genetic testing in pregnancy
Most babies are born healthy but there is always a risk of that something can go wrong. The risk will be greater for some couples than others depending on age and lifestyle issues and medical history.Learn more
Pregnancy care & birthing options
You may already be thinking about how you want to be cared for during your pregnancy and where you would like to have your baby. Your choices may be limited by where you live and what options there are in your community.Learn more
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