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  • Premature birth - information and support

    A 'premature' or 'preterm' baby is one that is born before 37 weeks. If your baby is born early - also called 'premature' or 'preterm' - they may need special care as they may not be fully developed.

  • Early signs of pregnancy

    The most common first sign of pregnancy is a missed period but there are some others to look out for.

  • How much water should I drink?

    It's always important to have plenty of fluids during pregnancy. Not having enough to drink can affect you and your baby.

  • Check how healthy you are

    Find out how healthy you are with our simple calculator tools and see what changes you can make to help you have a healthier pregnancy.

  • 22 weeks pregnant - what to expect

    Your baby now weighs one whole pound! From around now, they start to weigh more than the placenta. They’re about the size of a papaya.

  • Our organisation

    Funding research into stillbirth, premature birth and miscarriage, and providing information for parents-to-be.

  • Reduced fetal movements: My baby's movements have slowed down

    Fetal movements can be anything from a flutter, kick, swish or roll. These can be felt as early as 16 weeks of pregnancy (or even sooner in later pregnancies), but many women don’t feel them until later.

  • How will I know when labour has started?

    This is a common worry for first-time mums, but once labour really gets going you'll definitely know.

  • 4 weeks pregnant - what to expect

    Congratulations on your exciting news! Tommy’s midwives are here to guide you through every stage of your pregnancy and help you get to know your growing baby.

  • Antenatal care FAQs

    In this section we try and answer the most commonly asked questions to our midwives about antenatal care.