Calling on the Help of First-Time Mothers Across Europe

So Easy!

There are just a few simple steps for your involvement in this study:

9-13 weeks (optional): Consent and interview, blood & urine sample, clinical check.
14-16 weeks (compulsory): Blood and urine sample, clinical check, interview (if this is the 1st visit).
19-21 weeks (compulsory): Blood and urine sample, clinical check, biometric scan looking at baby size.
32-34 weeks (optional): Blood & urine sample, clinical check, details of late pregnancy & birth from notes.
After delivery, we will measure your baby and obtain a cord blood sample or cheek swab from your baby.

Each visit should take less than 30 minutes.
If you develop a pregnancy complication, you will be seen at that time.