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Maternity care is still essential during the COVID-19 pandemic and services are still running. If you have any concerns about your pregnancy, it’s important to call your GP, midwife, nearest early pregnancy unit or maternity unit as soon as possible.
Midwives and others in your care team are there to support you with your emotional health as well as physical health
Headlines are designed to be eye-catching and, unfortunately, not always for a good reason. It's important for your wellbeing to look beyond these headlines, so messages don’t become confused and you're not overwhelmed with negativity.
"Logically, I know this is a different pregnancy to my previous ones, but it doesn’t stop your mind wandering (and the late night googling when I can’t sleep!). For me, feeling informed has been the best way to feel confident and as in control as I can be."
A recent Tommy’s survey found that most women felt overwhelmed by the amount of pregnancy information available. Here are our tips on how to avoid information overload.
Tommy's new digital tool cuts through the confusion to give women the information they need for their pregnancy, in a tailored and bite-size format.
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Congratulations on your pregnancy! This page covers the evidence-based recommendations from midwives of things to do and not do in pregnancy
In many cases the symptoms in this section can be treated easily and will not lead to a serious complication. But sometimes they are signs of something more serious.