An infographic with some important guidance about using e-cigarettes in pregnancy.
Are you worried about your baby’s reduced movements? This leaflet outlines the care that you should expect to receive, depending on which stage of the pregnancy you are at.
An infographic with some important guidance about healthy weight gain in pregnancy.
Following the launch of our new website we have stopped producing our pregnancy books, including Having a Healthy Pregnancy and The Young Woman's Guide to Pregnancy. All the information is now available online.
An infographic with some important messages about diet and nutrition in pregnancy.
An infographic that showing the benefits of activity in pregnancy and exercises for each trimester.
This leaflet and poster on reduced fetal movement was developed by Tommy's and NHS England with support from Kicks Count and other charities.
The Wellbeing Plan is a two-page plan, endorsed by NICE, that helps you start thinking about how you feel and what support you might need in your pregnancy and after the birth.
A2 poster showing the symptoms of pregnancy complications that mean you must contact your doctor or midwife urgently.
Contact cards to hand out at antenatal appointments, with information about Tommy's free pregnancy information.
A3 Poster giving information about Tommy's free pregnancy information.
All Tommy's information has been written with the help of experienced midwives, obstetricians and other health professionals, and carries the NHS Information Standard accreditation.
Our pregnancy information service:
- is led by a team of Tommy's midwives
- is guided by our National Pregnancy Information Service Advisory Board, a group of senior representatives from midwifery and obstetrics that includes representatives from RCOG, RCM, NHS and Department of Health.
- includes a comprehensive website, a midwife-led Facebook page and an app for parents of premature babies
- is user-led and evidence-based
- is accredited by the NHS England Information Standard Scheme.
At Tommy's we have a team of in-house midwives who guide our Pregnancy Information Service and respond to queries from pregnant women who are having pregnancy complications.
Working for us
We fund four research centres across the UK - investigating the causes pregnancy loss, as well as researching ways to make pregnancy safer through encouraging lifestyle changes or care. We have hundreds of doctors and midwives working together to improve pregnancy outcome for mother and baby.
Our research network is now one of the biggest in Europe and it is a powerful force for change in the area of pregnancy and antenatal care and treatment.
Thanks to our supporters we are able to give £1,600,000 a year to our four centres, allowing them to investigate the causes and find ways of preventing stillbirth, miscarriage and premature birth.
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