Pregnancy information is available from a wide variety of sources however it is important to remember the only people who know your full history are you and the medical professionals. If you have any concerns about your pregnancy, speak to your Doctor or midwife as they are the only people who can accurately advise you. But most importantly trust your instincts.
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Group B Strep is the most common cause of life-threatening infection in newborn babies and of meningitis in babies up to three months.
Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that affects pregnant women commonly in their second or third trimester, and usually goes away after birth.
Pre-eclampsia affects as many as one in 10 of all pregnancies, making it the most common of the serious antenatal complications.
HG is extreme sickness during pregnancy. It affects 1% of women with pregnancy sickness and is deeply unpleasant for sufferers. The condition often needs hospital treatment.