After talking to lots of groups of expectant parents and our midwives, we understand that mothers and their families have a lot of questions in the lead up to childbirth. With this in mind we have listed some other websites and information sources below, which will help you to make informed choices around labour and during the important months after childbirth. mumsnetPregnancy - the low down Staying healthy whilst pregnant Signs of labour Labour and birth nctDad's view of pregnancy Pregnancy discomfortsExercise during pregnancyPregnancy nutrition
New beginnings - Baby BuddyBaby Buddy - download the app - the free award-winning mobile phone app, for parents to-be and new parents.
Your Pregnancy & Baby Guide: The official NHS guide - (www.nhs.uk/conditions/pregnancy-and-baby)Patient information from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists - (www.rcog.org.uk/patients)The Preeclampsia Foundation - Information on this pregnancy related condition - (www.preeclampsia.org)The National Childbirth Trust, the UK's largest charity for parents - (www.nct.org.uk)Two websites that offer statistics, trends and other information to help women make choices about how and where to give birth:BirthChoiceUK Professional - (www.birthchoiceuk.com/Professionals)Which? Birth Choice - (www.which.co.uk/birth-choice)Birthrights - Improving women's experience of pregnancy and childbirth by promoting human rights - (www.birthrights.org.uk)The Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services (AIMS) - (www.aims.org.uk)Midwives Information and Resource Service (MIDIRS).Together with the Royal College of Anaesthetists, we have also produced further information on epidurals including ‘Headache after an epidural or spinal anaesthetic’ and ‘Nerve damage associated with a spinal or epidural injection’.