Background: Several countries have developed clinical practice guidelines for the content of prenatal care. This study examines the consistency of recommendations in clinical practice guidelines describing routine prenatal care. Methods: The recommendations for low-risk women in seven guideline documents were examined: two from Australia, two from the United States, two from Canada, and one from Germany. The recommendations were listed into the four areas of “general health screening and health promotion during pregnancy,” “organization of care,” “clinical tests and screening,” and “education specific for pregnancy.” Results: A total of 69 recommendations were identified within the seven documents, most of which fell within the “clinical tests and screening” domain. Notable differences were identified in the number of recommendations made within the same country. Of the 69 recommendations, only four were included in all seven documents. Conclusion: Little consistency was demonstrated within or among countries in terms of the content of their prenatal care guidelines, suggesting a need to reexamine their content and the evidence on which such recommendations are based.