Physical activity in pregnancy

Staying active in pregnancy has many benefits.  It can help improve your pregnancy symptoms and sometimes help prevent medical complications which could affect your baby or you during and after pregnancy.  These include diabetes and high blood pressure, two of the...

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The Placenta

The placenta is an organ attached to the lining of your womb during pregnancy. It keeps your unborn baby's blood supply separate from your own blood supply, as well as providing a link between the two. The link allows the placenta to carry out functions that your...

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Transvaginal scans

Ultrasound scanning is probably most commonly associated with pregnancy. NHS pregnancy scans are performed at approximately 12 and 20 weeks gestation- the nuchal and anomaly scans. Both these scans are performed trans abdominally (TA) or ‘through the tummy’. In early...

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CQC Inspection

Last week we welcomed an inspector from the Care Quality Commission to our Bridgwater Clinic. The CQC are a public sector organisation who ensure all health and social care services are compliant with the Health and Social Care Act. There are several domains they...

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Information leaflets

We have a range of information leaflets in our clinics, about pregnancy problems and prenatal screening. Some of these we have written ourselves and some are downloaded and printed from reliable sources such as the pregnancy sickness support charity, the miscarriage...

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What our clients say about us

“We were both delighted with the service, in the run up to the scan, with our questions being answered reassuringly and on the actual day. You were friendly and helpful Continue Reading