In the last six months, I have seen my obstetrician seven times.
I have seen my GP four times so she could tell me that what I was worried about is completely normal.
I have had the flu vaccine to prevent myself from getting too sick and keep my baby safe.
I have had two ultrasounds to check on the development of my baby.
I have had one blood test to double check for any abnormalities.
I have had one diabetes test which confirmed that for the next three months, sugar is not my friend.
I have had access to pregnancy multi-vitamins to make sure my baby is getting everything she needs and morning sickness vitamins to get me through those dreadful eight weeks in the first trimester.
My biggest worry with all of the above is the time I've had to take off work to be able to make the appointments.
I am an incredibly lucky woman.
Ever day around 800 women die globally from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
And each year, UNICEF says, one million babies don't make it past the first day in their life.