Your midwife or doctor should: Your midwife or doctor should give you information about caesarean section, as around one in four women will have a caesarean.
This discussion may take place at the 34 week appointment, or at another time during your pregnancy.
This page lists the appointments you'll be offered, and when you should have them.
From 20 weeks, you will be offered the whooping cough vaccine.
The best time to have this vaccine is after your scan, up to 32 weeks.
Some tests, such as screening for sickle cell and thalassaemia, should be done before you're 10 weeks pregnant.
Your midwife or doctor should give you information about: This appointment is an opportunity to tell your midwife or doctor if you're in a vulnerable situation or if you need extra support.Screening for HIV, syphilis and hepatitis B will be offered again by a specialist midwife to women who opted not to have it earlier in pregnancy.