I am pregnant
If you are expecting a baby, live in Nova Scotia and want to learn more about what to expect during your pregnancy and the early weeks following birth, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you are currently pregnant or adjusting to life as a parent, there's a lot to learn and it can be challenging to know where to get credible information. A list of resources can be found here to help support you during these times.
You can always contact your local Public Health Office at any time during pregnancy and parenthood. We are here for you and your family.
Nova Scotia has Prenatal Clinics across the province that provide care and information to pregnant women and their families during their pregnancy. Once your pregnancy is confirmed, your family doctor may refer you to a Prenatal Clinic.
If you are pregnant and don’t have a family doctor, please call a clinic near you to make an appointment.
Labour and delivery
Click here for more information on planning your hospital visit, including a checklist of what you should bring with you to the hospital.