Coronavirus

The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have updated their information for pregnant women and their families regarding coronavirus. You can read the latest update here The advice is that pregnant women should continue to attend their antenatal care, and...

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Coronavirus

Coronavirus in pregnancy: Dr Sarah Merritt  The following information is based on the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection in Pregnancy published on 9th March 2020. Information regarding coronavirus is constantly being...

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Multiple pregnancy – Am I expecting twins?

Women sometimes wonder if they are having twins especially if they have very early and noticeable pregnancy symptoms such as nausea and vomiting or there are twins in the family. They might also suspect they are having twins if they’ve had fertility treatment-...

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Second trimester scans

The anomaly scan is a detailed ultrasound scan offered by the NHS, used for determining physical abnormalities of the fetus from 19 weeks to 22 weeks . The optimum time for an anomaly scan begins at the 20th week of pregnancy. With the help of the anomaly scan, the...

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Abdominal or vaginal ultrasound

Women often worry about how their ultrasound scan will be performed and whether to arrive for their appointment with a full or empty bladder. Early pregnancy or general gynecology scans can be performed either trans-abdominally (tummy) or trans-vaginally (internal)....

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What our clients say about us

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