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How often should I see my doctor or midwife when I'm pregnant?

During pregnancy, you should see your doctor or midwife every four to five weeks until 28 weeks, every two to three weeks from 28 to 36 weeks, and then weekly until you're ready to deliver. Of course, if you have any complications or if your pregnancy is high risk, you'll likely see your healthcare provider more often.

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