Please note that if you are pregnant with any antenatal concerns such as reduced baby movement, bleeding or abdominal cramps and your preferred service is not available, please attend your local A+E at your local hospital promptly as obstetric care is accessible via A+E.
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Keeping well in pregnancy
- everything you need to know about a healthy pregnancy dietand supplements in pregnancy
- smoking and drinking can harm an unborn baby – read our stop smoking and alcohol pages for help trying to quit
Antenatal care and the baby’s development
- find out as much as you can about what’s happening inside you in the first few weeks of pregnancy
- how to cope with all those common pregnancy problems, like morning sickness, tiredness and headaches
- find out all about the ultrasound scans and checks and tests you’ll be offered as part of your antenatal care, including screening for Down’s syndrome