12-14 weeks: Non Invasive Prenatal Test* and Ultrasound for Fetal Nuchal Translucency
* Non Invasive Prenatal Screening (NIPS)
Routine Prenatal Visits and "What Happens When"
16-20 weeks: Alpha Fetoprotein Test
>40 weeks: Ultrasound, Non Stress Test
7-10 weeks: New OB Visit, Ultrasound, and Initial Prenatal Labs
20 weeks: Ultrasound for Fetal Anatomic Survey
Certain obstetric or maternal conditions may require additional prenatal testing,
maternal-fetal medicine referral, and/or more frequent prenatal visits.
Flu shot vaccination will be offered during the flu season and may be received during any trimester.
Covid-19 vaccination for those anticipating pregnancy, those who are pregnant, or those who are nursing is also currently recommended by the CDC.
24 weeks: Routine OB Visit
32 weeks: TDAP
36 weeks: Group B Strep Test
6-7 weeks: Early first visit, Ultrasound
37-40 weeks: Weekly Routine Prenatal Visit
28 weeks: 1 hour Glucola, RPR, CBC, HIV*
* Third trimester HIV screen done at 28-36 weeks per new Illinois statute for 2018
29 weeks**: Rhogam injection given only if Rh neg mother and Rh positive father of baby
** Visit only if rhogam is required
34 weeks: Routine Prenatal Visit
Northwest Women's Consultants