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Screening tests during pregnancy

During your pregnancy you will be offered a number of screening tests. Your midwife will advise you which tests are offered and why. These tests can help you find out…

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Mental Health in pregnancy

Pregnancy and the first year after giving birth are times of great adjustment and emotional upheaval in a woman’s life. Most women go through pregnancy and the first year after…

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Common Problems in Pregnancy

Most women can expect an uncomplicated pregnancy, but there are some conditions that require prompt and expert attention. These are listed below for your information. Bleeding Bleeding in pregnancy is…

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Blood Tests in Pregnancy

‘Booking bloods’ – routine antenatal tests offered to all women. Antibodies Sometimes unexpected antibodies (foreign blood proteins) are present in the blood stream from a previous pregnancy or blood transfusion….

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What are sleep disorders?

Any disorder of sleep affecting our night’s sleep or that of others. Causes of daytime sleepiness, snoring and obstructive sleep apnoea There is a spectrum of disorders ranging from occasionally…

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Antenatal Clinic Appointments

Antenatal care is provided predominately by Community Midwives based in a variety of community locations including, Children’s Centres and GP’s surgeries. However, your care can be shared with any health…

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Your Antenatal Care

During your pregnancy, your labour and the birth of your baby, a multidisciplinary team of midwives, obstetricians, General Practitioners, maternity support workers, neonatologists and neonatal nurses will look after you…