When pregnancy goes wrong

Sadly, sometimes pregnancy can go wrong. You may have a miscarriage, an ectopic pregnancy, birth trauma or the death of the baby. If your pregnancy ends in this way, you will need both information and support. Talk to the people close to you about how you feel, and to...

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Baby Loss Awareness Week: 9-15 October 2021

A week in October each year is dedicated to remembering and raising awareness of baby loss, whether through miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death, or a termination for medical reasons. The event provides a safe space to remember babies who have died during pregnancy...

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Polycystic Ovaries/Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCO/PCOS)

Approximately one in six couples in the UK may have problems conceiving and after 12 months trying approximately 84% will have been successful. There are many factors that affect fertility for both partners and some are unexplained. A common endocrine condition that...

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Finding out the gender of your baby

By Beata Anderson Some people love the suspense of not knowing the sex of their baby until the delivery. But some of us can’t wait to find out much sooner. Only a medical professional with relevant training can reliably determine the sex of a baby. Yet, this doesn’t...

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Why should I come to my scan with a full bladder?

We commonly ask you to arrive for your pregnancy or pelvic scan with a comfortably full bladder, having asked you to drink 1 to 1.5 litres of water about an hour before your scan appointment. But why do we ask you to do this when it can be uncomfortable, and what is...

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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