Mothersafe

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Mothersafe

Mothersafe is a free telephone service offered to all pregnant women in NSW.

Antenatal Blood Testing in Pregnancy.

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Antenatal Blood Testing in Pregnancy.

In early pregnancy you will be offered a range of tests to assess your general health, either at the GP when your pregnancy is confirmed or during your 1st trimester.

Gestational Diabetes

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Gestational Diabetes

Gestational Diabetes is a common complication of pregnancy, occurring in about 10% of pregnant women.

Changes in Pregnancy No One Talks About

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Changes in Pregnancy No One Talks About

Helpful information about some of the common pregnancy related changes that people rarely talk about.

Early Pregnancy Essentials Class

Practice Update

Early Pregnancy Essentials Class

The Early Pregnancy Essentials class, can assist you in being informed and confident for your pregnancy journey.

The Alphabet of Pregnancy Terms

NEWSLETTER

The Alphabet of Pregnancy Terms

These are the most relevant words and abbreviations that you will most likely come across in the course of your pregnancy.

What is Non-invasive Prenatal Testing?

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What is Non-invasive Prenatal Testing?

This test can detect a small amount of baby’s DNA in the mother’s bloodstream. Testing of this DNA can identify the vast majority of babies with trisomies 21, 18 and 13 and the major sex chromosome abnormalities.

Vitamin D in Pregnancy

January 2017 Newsletter

Vitamin D in Pregnancy

Vitamin D levels are not only important for you, they are also important for your growing baby.

New Yoga Timetable

Practice Update

New Yoga Timetable

New Antenatal Yoga Classes for 2017 at Sydney Mother and Baby.

Your First Antenatal Appointment at Sydney Mother and Baby

July 2016 Newsletter

Your First Antenatal Appointment at Sydney Mother and Baby

The initial stages of pregnancy are a very exciting time for our patients. This month’s newsletter details what will happen at your first antenatal appointment at Sydney Mother and Baby.

Post Partum Haemorrhage

November 2015 Newsletter

Post Partum Haemorrhage

Blood loss is expected during the birthing process, but approximately 5-15% of pregnant women will experience a post partum haemorrhage, which is excessive blood loss during the birthing process.

Pelvic Discomfort in Pregnancy

October 2015 Newsletter

Pelvic Discomfort in Pregnancy

Pelvic discomfort is usually caused by a combination of factors and affects approximately one in five pregnant women.

Sex in Pregnancy and Post Birth

July Newsletter

Sex in Pregnancy and Post Birth

In normal pregnancy, sex is safe right through to the end of the third trimester.

Supplements

Sep 2014 Newsletter

Supplements

In pregnancy, there is an increased need for many vitamins and minerals.

Complimentary Anaesthetics Class

Aug 2014 News

Complimentary Anaesthetics Class

Next Class: Monday, September 8, 2-3pm

The ‘Yellow Card’

Feb 2014 Newsletter

The ‘Yellow Card’

Your ‘Yellow Card’ is something we ask you keep your in your handbag at all times, even in early pregnancy. We outline what the yellow card is all about.

Seafood

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Seafood

Unless you are vegan or vegetarian, it’s ideal to have seafood feature in your diet regularly…

Iron

NEWSLETTER

Iron

Iron deficiency anaemia during pregnancy is linked with pre-term birth, and low birth weight babies.

Parvovirus

NEWSLETTER

Parvovirus

Parvovirus or ‘Slapped cheek’ can occur at any age, however, it is most commonly found in children between 4 and 10 years.

Nutrition in Pregnancy

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Nutrition in Pregnancy

The benefits of a nutritious diet for your baby, include increased immune functioning, mental alertness, and correct birth size.

Pubic Symphysitis

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Pubic Symphysitis

Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction is estimated to affect up to one in four women during pregnancy, varying in severity.

Exercise During Pregnacy

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Exercise During Pregnacy

The many physical and physiological changes that take place within a women’s body during pregnancy can make exercise challenging.

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