Mutterpass - the document in Germany, if you are pregnant
A special passport for your unborn baby.
In Germany you will obtain a special passport from your OBGYN after your pregnancy is confirmed. The Mutterpass will record all details of your pregnancy & health.
English translation of the Mutterpass - just for your reference - the original will always be in German.
Why it is so important:
In case there should be an emergency the attending doctor can see all important information from the Mutterpass. This ensures that you and your baby will be treated correctly and more quickly as all details regarding your pregnancy are recorded in there.
Therefore please carry it with you all the times and wherever you go (before and the first few weeks after birth).
Interested in more detailed information and explanation of the Mutterpass?
We have regular Workshops where we explain the Mutterpass. And in our birth preparation courses our M.D. will have a look at your Mutterpass and explain to you the most important findings in more detail.
Link to our prenatal services and link to our calendar with actual courses/workshops.
Dr. Christine Krämer, M.D.
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