If you are still worried that no one is listening to your concerns, contact the day assessment unit (DAU) within the maternity unit or seek advice from the Consultant Midwife.
The rules on supervision are currently changing and will be different for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. We will update our information to reflect these changes when we know more.
The film below gives tips on how to speak up in pregnancy if you have a health concern
Published: April 2017. Review date: April 2020.
If you’re struggling with morning sickness, or finding it hard to get up in the morning, breakfast is probably way down your list of priorities in pregnancy. We look at why it’s worth getting up for.
Now that you’re pregnant, it’s important to eat well. Good nutrition will keep you healthy and help your baby grow and develop.
Smoking in pregnancy is harmful to your baby. Quitting is one of the best things you can do to protect your baby’s health through pregnancy and beyond.
You don't have to stop having fun now you're pregnant - but there are a few things you'll have to give up. Alcohol is one of these things, because it can damage your growing baby.
Although it’s normal to have periods of worry and stress when you’re pregnant, some women have feelings that don’t go away and this can be a sign of something more serious.
People may tell you that pregnancy is a good time to put your feet up. If your pregnancy is uncomplicated it is actually much healthier for you and your baby to exercise while pregnant.
ℹLast reviewed on May 1st, 2014. Next review date April 1st, 2017.