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A preconception visit is a good move for anyone, but particularly those on their first baby, or with any underlying health concerns or problems with previous pregnancies. It’s best to schedule the appointment at least three months before you plan to start trying, to leave enough time for any vaccines you may need.
There are various reasons that would let you consider preconception counselling an important measure before a pregnancy:
You may be asked to perform a few tests by the doctor, to rule out certain underlying issues.
These questions should get you started: