Maternity

For reliable information and advice about pregnancy, birth and the first weeks with a new baby, you can access the following websites:

Health in Wales - Bump, Baby and Beyond E-Book
Looking after yourself and your baby throughout your pregnancy and beyond.

NHS Guide - Pregnancy and Baby Guide
Signs and symptoms of pregnancy
Keeping well in pregnancy
Everything you need to know about a healthy pregnancy diet
All you need to know about labour and birth
Your new baby

NHS Guide - Your Pregnancy Week by Week
Find out how your baby is growing and developing in your pregnancy week by week. Plus information about feelings and symptoms you might notice.

Emma's Diary - Pregnancy and Birth
Pregnancy and birth advice section takes you from the moment you conceive through to giving birth, with pregnancy expert advice every step of the way. Useful information and health tips, written in association with the Royal College of GPs, provides reliable information and pregnancy advice you can trust.

Tommy's - Labour and Birth
At the end of your pregnancy, you may have some signs that your baby will arrive very soon, even though you may not go into labour for a little while yet. If you’re feeling a bit anxious about giving birth, there are things you can do that may help.

COVID-19 and Pregnancy
BCU maternity services have plans in place to care for you through your pregnancy and birth. If you have any concerns about your health you can all your midwife. The telephone number is in your Maternity Record.