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Dr Sean Burnet recognises the importance of this time for couples and how important it is to communicate clearly and effectively each step of the way. Dr Burnet provides obstetric care at the highest level and caps the obstetric patients he cares for in order to ensure patients receive dedicated care.
Your first visit will usually be when you are 9-10 weeks into your pregnancy, however if you are aware of complications or have any concerns you are welcome to book your first appointment from 6 weeks gestation.
Upon your first visit, please ensure you bring any blood tests that your GP may have recommended, your GP referral letter, and any previous ultrasound results.
Your first visit will take 30 minutes and includes an ultrasound, blood pressure and weight measurements, review of antenatal screening results, and discussion of healthy eating/exercise and social and emotional well-being during pregnancy. You’ll also receive requests for any pathology testing as required.
Please contact us if you would like to receive an visit schedule and overview of your antenatal and post-natal appointments.
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Keeping Current with COVID-19
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