Pregnancy Care

Otherwise Known as Prenatal Care

Pregnancy Care at Willow Midwives

Are you currently pregnant and seeking a clinic in Minneapolis for care? We have decades of experience as midwives and a passion for providing the highest quality care. You can rely on our team to deliver evidence-based care that by midwives who attentive and interested in YOU and YOUR goals. Your experience is important and we aim to serve.

Schedule your first visit today: 612-345-5920.


We recommend that you make an appointment for your first prenatal visit as soon as you know you are pregnant or have a positive pregnancy test. Whether you have already given birth before or this is your first baby, we can help you maximize your health and comfort during any stage of your pregnancy. During your prenatal appointments, we will monitor your physical and emotional health, your baby’s progress, and address any concerns you have along the way.

Your prenatal care will include:

A complete review of your health history and genetic history

A physical assessment

An ultrasound if needed

Lab testing

A conversations about the progress of your pregnancy from your view

As your pregnancy progresses, we will also offer a variety of prenatal testing, recommendations for newborn classes and childbirth education classes, and put together a birth plan. It is also very important to go over a number of relevant topics, such as maintaining a healthy diet, maintaining exercise, when and how you can travel, when and how you can have sex during pregnancy, and what types of physical changes to expect.

A pregnant body has a lot of adapting to do and sometimes symptoms accompany those changes.  We are your resource for questions about those changes. Sometimes symptoms are intense, but harmless and sometimes symptoms are mild but medically significant. We encourage phone calls and access to us through the medical record portal.


A woman’s body undergoes many changes during pregnancy. Women who are pregnant usually experience nausea, tender breasts, frequent urination, constipation, shortness of breath, leg cramps, heartburn, and swelling. If you are experiencing discomfort or are concerned about whether a change is normal, feel free to discuss this with us. If you are not yet pregnant but are planning to become pregnant, consider making an appointment for pre-conception planning.