Hello!

In my 1st pregnancy (2015) I received my Blue Pregnancy Health Record book on my initial GP visit and took it everywhere with me. Now pregnant with no 2 and just curious if they still do it, as I wasn’t give one by my new GP.


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  • I love these handy books. Ive got all my kids records still from years and years ago. My niece just received her from her antenatal carer at 30 weeks.


  • You should get one from the hospital and then when after birth the childhood centre assesses the book when you take the baby for checkups. I still have mine from 20 years ago for my daughter but lost my son’s one . These books can easily be lost if not careful.


  • These were given 30 odd years ago but can’t comment about now. sorry.
    Hope you get the help you seek.


  • Yes i got given one by the hospital in my first appointment


  • I got a red one for both my boys and I am in qld


  • Are you referring to your hand held health record?
    These are usually given to you after you have your booking in visit with your antenatal provider.
    I am currently pregnant with my third baby and have only received them upon visiting the hospital for antenatal at approx. 19/20 weeks .


  • Is this blue book a Health Record from your pregnancy of your baby ?


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