- Medical emergencies
- Casebook -pre-eclampsia mother
- Cervical incompetence
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Inter-uterine growth restriction
- Molar pregnancy
- Placenta praevia
- Placental abruption
- Pre-eclampsia & eclampsia
- Premature rupture of membranes
- Rhesus incompatibility
- Vaginal bleeding
- All about ectopic pregnancy
- Pregnancy: when to call the doctor
Early days of pregnancy
The early days of your pregnancy are both exciting and nerve-wracking as your body changes and you realise you're going to be a mum. You may be tired, have morning sickness, and be thinking about doctor's appointments, maternity leave- what an adventure!
A pregnant woman in the UK has certain rights and benefits depending on her circumstances. There are two state benefits available. These are Statutory Maternity Pay (SMP) and Maternity Allowance.
A high-risk pregnancy is one with a higher than average risk for the mother or the fetus.
Women in the UK have a number of maternity benefits, including maternity pay and maternity allowance.
Rubella is an illness, also known as German measles, that is usually mild but can severely damage a developing fetus.
From the moment of conception, when an egg is fertilized, to the moment of birth, complex changes take place within a pregnant woman's body.
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