For health professionals

If you are involved in the care of pregnant women we have lots of free resources and tools to help you.

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    Free pregnancy resources

    If you are involved in the care of pregnant women we have lots of free resources and tools to help you.

  • Tommy's research centres

    Our research

    Our research aims to find out why pregnancy goes wrong and how to stop it happening. Search research by location, complication or cause.

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    Referrals to Tommy's clinics

    Find out how to refer a client to one of our clinics.

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    How we produce our information

    As a certified member of The Information Standard we can confidently say we are a reliable and trustworthy source of health and/or social care information.

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Our take on pregnancy in the news

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    Dear pregnant me...let's talk about unwanted advice

    Things I wish I had known when I was pregnant about...unwanted advice. People generally mean well, but at the end of the day, you and your partner (if you have one) are the only ones who get to decide how to raise your baby.

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    Coronavirus and trying to get pregnant

    We understand that the recent news regarding coronavirus is unsettling and may be causing some anxiety. You may have been planning to get pregnant this year and now have lots of questions about whether you should go ahead or wait a while. This is your decision but we have tried to answer any questions you may have below.

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    Pregnancy and coronavirus: information for pregnant women and new mums

    The Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists has released official guidelines to outline information for pregnant women and new mums surrounding the recent outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19). Try not to worry and follow any advice in these guidelines. We are updating this page as new information is published.

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    New study into effects of taking Macrolide antibiotics during pregnancy

    Macrolide antibiotics (including erythromycin, clarithromycin, and azithromycin) are used to treat common bacterial infections and are considered alternatives for patients with penicillin allergy.