There is so much information out there on pregnancy, it can sometimes seem a bit overwhelming. I’ve gone back to basics here and listed some useful sites that provide reliable information and advice on topics relating to pregnancy. If there is anything else you would like to see here please
let me know.
The early days, week by week, twins, due date, preparing for birth, tests & scans, existing health problems, common pregnancy ailments.
Information on every stage of pregnancy as well as useful articles and advice on miscarriage, emotions during pregnancy, and understanding your maternity notes.
Members club, shop and resource centre.
Pregnancy, birth and after.
Information and advice on drinking alcohol whilst pregnant.
Information on how alcohol can affect your baby’s development and your fertility.
Help and advice on quitting smoking whist pregnant.
Pre-existing conditions and pregnancy
Having MS shouldn’t stop you having a baby, but careful planning with your family, friends and your doctor becomes more important.
This information is for you if you have epilepsy and are pregnant now, or might be in the future. It covers things like planning a baby and getting pregnant.
Information on Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes and pregnancy as well as Gestational diabetes.
Mums Like Us is a supportive network for disabled mothers.
Information on pregnancy and parenthood for people with cerebral palsy or physical impairments.