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Hi, I am 27 weeks pregnant and wonder whether there is a possibility of following prenatal classes somewhere in Moscow (preferably for expats since we have no knowledge of russian?? I would like to participate in some exercise programme for expectant mothers and my husband and I would like to attend some classes to prepare for childbirth.......... I also need to find a doctor who can do check-ups until week 34 when I intend to fly home to give birth. Thanks in advance !
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Answer:
Thanks for your enquiry. At our clinic we run regular antenatal classes in English. You could contact our chief nurse who arranges these for more information. Regarding routine antenatal care, we can offer care up to 36 weeks of pregnancy including ultrasound, routine urinalysis and blood testing as required. You could see one of our expatriate family practitionners or you may prefer to see a Russian specialist.
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