Download Your FREE Pregnancy Planning Checklist by Dr Kieren Wilson, Obstetrician

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If you’re planning a pregnancy, this 18-point checklist will help you and your partner put great foundations in place. Helping you relieve some of the stress and overwhelm during your pregnancy.

Dr Kieren Wilson has helped many women and their partners when planning a pregnancy. As an experienced obstetrician & gynaecologist working at North Shore Private Hospital, The Mater and Prince of Wales Private, he has a wealth of experience on what steps women can take to create great foundations for a healthy pregnancy.

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In this guide…

  • The 10 essential steps you can take to ensure you’re in optimum health before becoming pregnant
  • Considerations for your maternity care when pregnant
  • Recognising when there are fertility issues and what to do next
  • 3 key housekeeping considerations you may not have thought of
  • How to manage existing health conditions during pregnancy


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Why planning a pregnancy is important

The time before you become pregnant is a great opportunity to do things that you may not be able to do during pregnancy.

Once you become pregnant it may be more high risk or difficult to get to a healthy weight, undergo some dental procedures or address underlying health issues.

It’s also a great time to discuss some of your plans and expectations with those close to you in a relaxed no pressure setting. Before all of the planning and expectations of pregnancy come up.

This simple, no fuss Pregnancy Planning Guide, will prompt you to take action on some of the obvious things. It will also help you address some things that may not be on your radar.


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Meet Kieren

Planning a pregnancy is an exciting but often daunting time. I’m passionate about providing an exceptional level of tailored advice and care to women to meet their needs before, during and after pregnancy.

Originally from Sydney, I completed my medical studies before embarking on my general medical training at the Royal Prince Alfred hospital in Camperdown. This was followed by specialty training at The Royal Hospital for Women in Sydney.

I am now dedicated to offering the best possible level of care to women in my private obstetrics and gynaecology practice. Based on Sydney’s North Shore I have consulting rooms at both The Mater Hospital and on Bridge Street in the city.

I hope you find this guide useful. If you have any questions about your planned pregnancy, please don’t hesitate to contact my rooms.