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When you find out you are pregnant, or if you think you might be pregnant, book an appointment with out nurse and midwife for the first pregnancy consultation.


In this consultation we will calculate the expected date of birth and begin to fill in the pregnancy record. We will talk with you about where you want to give birth, as well as what sort of examinations you want to have as part of early foetal diagnostics.


You may also have some blood tests taken and book in an appointment with the doctor for the following week. In addition to the first examination, you ill also have a 2nd and 3rd routine examination around weeks 25 and 32. 

Early foetal diagnostics 

During pregnancy it is possible to perform some additional tests and examinations to calculate the probability of chromosomal abnormalities, and to look for structural malformations. If you wish to have any additional tests performed you can discuss this with your midwife or doctor in addition to the routine pregnancy examinations. You can also book early foetal diagnostics at your place of birth at 

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Vaccination against pertussis 


The National Board of Health recommends that pregnant women are vaccinated against whooping cough around week 32, which usually coincides with the 3rd routine pregnancy examination. Pregnant women with less than one week to the expected birth are not recommended to be vaccinated, as this does not offer any significant illness prevention to the newborn. 


Opening hours

Monday: 08.00 - 16.00

Thuesday: 08:00 - 19.00
Wedensday: 08.00 -16.00
Thursday: 08.00 - 19.00

Friday: 08.00 - 16.00


Philip Heymans Alle 17, 1.sal

2900 Hellerup

P: (+45) 39 64 11 32

Phone hours

Monday: 08.00 -15.00
Tuesday: 08.00 -15.00
Wedensday: 08.00 -15.00
Thursday: 08.00 -15.00
Friday: 08.00 - 15.00

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