I met with my Midwife for about 90min alltogether. I had tons of questions, which she patiently answered, we talked about my fears and thoughts and wishes and her opinions and experiences.
We talked about folic acid, prenatal vitamins, general food and what to do with certain side effects, and when and which number I can call, if I feel I need to speak to someone.
She also explained to me, that she offers appointments in a group, so women, that are due around the same time, can bond and meet and talk, while basic checkups on each one of us will be done.
Medically, I got some basic blood testing (blood group, iron, hcg, progesterone - the basic first testing things) done, including some STDs. She pointed out, that it would be easier for her to argue against some procedures at the hospital, if I would be negative and sign, that I live in a monogamous relationship.
I also had a test done to check if I am a carrier of cystic fibrosis, because I knew my mother was a carrier.
They also weighed me and checked my BP and temperature. If you BP spikes, ask them to retake it a little while later, it usually settls down. You can also point out, that you have the "white coat syndrome"; it is really well known, that a lot of people have higher BPs in a doctors office, that at home.
I did not do a pap, because I had one done in Dec. I peed in a cup, but not ultrasound, or vaginal exam (I have heard, that some offices do that).