The information given here is based on The Pregnancy Book, which your midwife should give you at your first appointment, and information supplied by NHS Choices.
If you have just found out you are pregnant you can Self Refer to the midwife team by contacting them.
Preparing for Pregnancy
If you’re ready to start your pregnancy journey, it is likely that you have many questions about conception and fertility. Your GP would be happy to discuss your plans with you and provide guidance and clarification. You can also read the NHS Choices guide to getting pregnant, which answers many frequently asked questions.
If you are already a parent and are planning to have another child, you may have some additional concerns or questions that had not presented themselves during previous pregnancy. If this is the case, you can consult the NHS Choices guide to planning another pregnancy.
During pregnancy your body and your baby will undergo many changes in fairly quick succession. Each stage of your pregnancy can, for some women, be very different. These guides from NHS Choices will help guide you through each specific stage of your pregnancy and answer some common questions:
NHS Choices also provide many other resources to help you manage your health during pregnancy. Some of these include:
You and Your Baby
Once your baby is finally with you, you may have many questions about how to approach the first weeks and months; how to feed your baby and what you will need to make life comfortable for you and your new family. NHS Choices offers some excellent guidance for new parents:
NHS Choices offers a wealth of general information about pregnancy to answer any questions of concerns you may have: