We support the government's target for all women and birthing people to have started their antenatal care by 10 weeks and six days of pregnancy.
Once you've joined our maternity services, we will aim to let you know the date of your first antenatal appointment within two weeks.
Your midwife your midwife or care provider will discuss your antenatal schedule, and the number of appointments you’re due to have during your pregnancy journey.
NHS Choices has lots of information about pregnancy, labour and birth including trying to get pregnant, foods to avoid, antenatal care and how to keep well in pregnancy.
Pregnancy week-by-week · 1 to 12 weeks pregnant.
Your NHS pregnancy journey
See a midwife or GP as soon as you find out you're pregnant.
Due date calculator
To find your due date, enter the date of the first day of your last period.
1 to 12 weeks pregnant
Find out what to expect from weeks 1 to 12 of your pregnancy.