This information on what to expect in the second trimester of pregnancy has been taken from the hse.ie website. There are aspects of it that may not apply or may be carried out differently because of current restrictions due to the Coronavirus but check with your local GP/antenatal clinic.
There is useful information in this piece from the HSE.ie website about what to expect during the last three months of your pregnancy. There may be changes to some aspects of care due to the restrictions surrounding the Coronavirus but check with your GP or antenatal clinic.
Your antenatal care
Week 28 until the birth of your baby is known as the third trimester. Your GP and hospital appointments will become more frequent in this trimester.
The first trimester is from 0 to 12 weeks. This is the beginning of your pregnancy and is a very important time for its development.
If you are thinking of having a baby then you can find lots of useful information on the MyChild.ie website Pregnancy section . Topics covered include:
- Getting pregnant
- Pregnancy health
- Pregnancy related conditions
- Stages of pregnancy
- Preparing for birth
- Partners and support persons
- Twins and more
- Pregnancy advice
- Pregnancy loss
- Pregnancy services
Just click the link to get to the website https://www2.hse.ie/pregnancy/