What prenatal care do I need during week 34 of pregnancy?

At 34 weeks visits to the prenatal care provider have been every other week and will soon switch to weekly visits. Care is focused on assessing maternal and fetal wellbeing, as well as evaluating for signs of complications. The discomforts of pregnancy are intensified by the large size of the uterus. Making sure that all the plans for the labor and birth are in place is a common activity at this point in the pregnancy.
During this period of your pregnancy, you should be going to the doctor twice monthly - even more if you have a high-risk pregnancy. Your doctor will check the progress of your baby's growth, make sure you are healthy, and possibly perform other tests to check for illnesses. You should be taking the supplements your doctor advises so that your baby has enough nutrients. Keep eating healthy and be as active as your doctor says is safe.

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