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Congratulations on your pregnancy

Being pregnant can be a breeze for some and a roller coaster for others. It’s a remarkable time for a soon to be mother. Over the course of your pregnancy you will experience lots of symptoms, feelings and emotions, and that’s a good thing. Our goal is to provide you (and your baby) with exceptional, personalized care. This site can be used as a resource for you throughout your pregnancy. Each trimester is different for each person so Not Everything described applies to Every Pregnancy. If you’re unsure at any point you should always contact our office for more definitive answers.

Schedule an Appointment

Make an appointment with a provider at the Women’s Center, the Platteville Clinic, or the Cuba City Clinic. They can care for you during your pregnancy and deliver your bundle of joy too!

Women’s Center: 608.342.0986
Platteville Clinic at Southwest Health: 608.348.4330
Cuba City Clinic at Epione Pavilion: 608.744.2767

1st Trimester (0-12 weeks)

From conception through 12 weeks, your first trimester will include a series of tests and exams to assure your pregnancy is off to a great start. Topics to review for the first trimester of pregnancy include:

2nd Trimester (13-25 weeks)

From 13 to 25 weeks is considered the second trimester. That first three months can be a little nerve wracking at times as your body adjusts to the new life growing inside of you. You’re probably anxiously awaiting that 20 week ultrasound you heard about where you might get to find out the gender of your baby. There are also a series of other tests and exams that will be done throughout the second trimester. Topics to review in the second trimester of pregnancy include:

3rd Trimester (26-41 weeks)

You’re almost there momma – 26 weeks and counting! Hang tight, the coming weeks are going to prepare you for your upcoming delivery. While you’re probably busy painting baby’s room and opening shower gifts, if you haven’t already, you should consider packing your hospital bag and getting together your plan of action for when “it’s time.” Make sure that you arrange care for any other children in the home for when you go into labor as well as a backup plan for getting to the hospital…just in case. Here are topics to review during the third trimester of pregnancy: