Lactation Bites

MARCH 2016 - RECIPE OF THE MONTH

Lactation Bites

This month’s recipe is a healthy energy boosting treat, that tastes delicious!

Ultrasound Scans in Early Pregnancy

March 2016 Newsletter

Ultrasound Scans in Early Pregnancy

A guide to ultrasound scans and their significance for early pregnancy.

Zika Virus Information

Practice Update

Zika Virus Information

We have more helpful information regarding the Zika Virus from NSW Health

Low GI Banana Loaf

FEBRUARY 2016 - RECIPE OF THE MONTH

Low GI Banana Loaf

Who doesn’t love a banana loaf? Try our delicious low GI recipe for a healthy alternative to banana bread.

Zika Virus

Practice Update

Zika Virus

Every day we are hearing more news about the Zika virus. This virus is transmitted primarily by a specific mosquito found in South America…

Low GI Hummus

January 2016 - Recipe of the Month

Low GI Hummus

Not only is Hummus a tasty snack that is easy to make, but it is packed full of nutrients that are important during pregnancy.

Uterine Fibroids

January 2016 Newsletter

Uterine Fibroids

Fibroids can affect women of all ages. Find out what to do if you have uterine fibroids and how it can affect your pregnancy.

Frequently Asked Questions in the Festive Season

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions in the Festive Season

Every year we are asked many questions relating to the festive season. We will try and answer some of those questions for you.

Mini Christmas Puddings

December 2015 - Recipe of the Month

Mini Christmas Puddings

This delicious Christmas treat is an easy recipe and only takes 10 minutes to prepare.

Travel in Pregnancy

December 2015 Newsletter

Travel in Pregnancy

To many people, Christmas time means travel – planes, cars, ships or even buses and trains. Here are some great tips for travelling whilst pregnant.

Thai Beef Salad

November 2015 - Recipe of the Month

Thai Beef Salad

This tasty salad is packed full of Iron, which is one of the best nutrients to keep your blood healthy and boost your immune system.

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.

Lactation Cookie

October 2015 - Recipe of the Month

Lactation Cookie

These great Lactation Cookies are not only tasty, but also full of essential nutrients.

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.

Pregnancy Probiotic Smoothie

September 2015 - Recipe of the Month

Pregnancy Probiotic Smoothie

Try our recipe for a delicious pregnancy probiotic smoothie.

The Irish times: “Breast is best but; not for Irish babies”

Practice Update

The Irish times: “Breast is best but; not for Irish babies”

An interesting article appeared in the Irish Times on Tuesday about Breastfeeding – or lack there of, in Ireland.

Influenza Update

Practice Update

Influenza Update

influenza activity is expected to continue to increase in the coming weeks. On current trends, influenza activity is likely to peak in late August”

Anti-D in Pregnancy

August 2015 Newsletter

Anti-D in Pregnancy

What does having an Rh negative blood group mean in pregnancy? Do your require Anti D Immunoglobulin?

World Breastfeeding Week August 1-7

Practice Update

World Breastfeeding Week August 1-7

The 1st – 7th August World Breastfeeding Week annually. Each year, there is a theme

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.

The Placenta Part II: Delayed Cord Clamping and Cord Blood Banking

June 2015 Newsletter

The Placenta Part II: Delayed Cord Clamping and Cord Blood Banking

Delayed Cord Clamping is the birth practice whereby the umbilical cord is not clamped or cut until pulsation of the umbilical cord has ceased…

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