Tommy's has stopped producing print publications, as we were unable to sustain the printing and distribution costs.
However, we have invested in our new website and online services, and moved all the information online, in order to reach the largest number of women possible.
You can find all the information from our print publications in the following sections of our website:
- The young woman's guide
- Having a healthy pregnancy
- Managing your weight in pregnancy
- Your premature baby
We have also developed the UK's first free mobile app for parents of premature babies, which you can out find out about here.
We have launched a Facebook page, run by the team of midwives here at Tommy’s, in order to reach the widest possible audience. The page offers daily tips and information on pregnancy, as well as providing an expert opinion on items in the news. Women can also ask our midwives questions on the page at any time here.
We’d love it if you ordered contact cards to refer women on to all our online services here.
We have other resources for you to download too (including our ‘When to call the midwife’ poster, and the Wellbeing Plan, which is endorsed by NICE).
We would love to hear your thoughts on our new website. Please email your feedback to email@example.com.
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.
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.