What sort of medical check-up do I need before getting pregnant?

The most important things to make sure of are that your cervical smear tests are up to date and that you are immune to German measles (rubella). There is usually no need for more detailed medical investigations unless you have had problems with pregnancies before. If you have high blood pressure, diabetes or other conditions requiring long term medication then you should let your family doctor know that you intend to get pregnant as sometimes your medication needs to be changed.
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