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Exercise During Pregnancy

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Whilst it’s important to stay healthy and fit throughout your life, it becomes even more important during your pregnancy to help your body adapt to the changes it will undergo. Your body will change in terms of shape and size throughout the 9 months of your pregnancy. Staying fit throughout your pregnancy will also help you during your labour and aid in recovery after giving birth.

 

If you’re already an active individual then it’s recommended to keep going with your regular exercises. Running, yoga, jogging and power walking are all great ways of keeping fit during […]

What is an Ectopic Pregnancy?

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Ectopic pregnancies account for 1 in 80 pregnancies. It occurs when a woman’s ovum, that has been fertilised, gets stuck somewhere else instead of moving down her fallopian tube to develop in the womb. Often the blockage occurs in the fallopian tube but there are also many other areas in which the pregnancy can become stuck. This common occurrence in pregnancies can be life-threatening for the mother if not treated in time.

 

Why do ectopic pregnancies happen?

Unfortunately there are no identifiable reasons as to why ectopic pregnancies occur, however there are a number of […]

When Should I Book My First Ultrasound?

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Your first pregnancy is an exciting time and getting to see your baby at your first scan is equally as exciting. When you find out that you are pregnant you may be wondering when the best time is to get an ultrasound scan. Many people wait until they are around 12 weeks but there are many advantages of getting an early pregnancy scan done before this. 

 

Early ultrasound scans can be carried out from 6 weeks onwards, as the heartbeat can first be seen at this stage. It’s advised that you wait at least 7 weeks from the […]

Can Ultrasound pick up Down’s Syndrome?

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One of the biggest concerns for expecting mothers is around the health of their baby. Fortunately there are a number of different scans and tests available to help predict the overall wellness of their baby. This is so they can prepare themselves for when the baby is born and if the baby will need any further medical attention after birth. On the contrary, if a pregnancy screens low risk for abnormalities, it puts the parents minds at ease knowing that their baby is healthy and safe.

 

What is Down Syndrome?

 

Down Syndrome occurs in 1 of […]