Finding out that you are pregnant, whether you have been trying for a baby or not, can come as quite a surprise - or even a shock!
If you're feeling overwhelmed, don't worry - we are here to help. There's lots of information on this website about you, your baby and what will happen in the coming months.
Anterior placentaAn anterior placenta is when the placenta attaches to the front wall of the uterus. This is normal, but there are a few things to be aware of.
Domestic abuse during and after pregnancySometimes pregnancy can be a trigger for domestic abuse. It is not your fault. There is help available if you are being abused.
Pregnancy for trans and non-binary parentsAs a trans man or non-binary person who can carry a child, you may be thinking about getting pregnant and what this means for you.
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