We all want our pregnancies to be as healthy as possible, as well as the postnatal months. To help raise awareness of this need to support a healthy pregnancy and postnatal period, I have teamed up with Zita West.
Whether you’re hoping to get pregnant naturally or through fertility treatment, there are some important changes you can make to help improve your chances of conceiving and having a healthy child. It might be worth visiting your GP for a full check-up, including your sexual health. If you have any concerns or questions, you’ll be able to ask for some advice.
A diagnosis of PCOS can feel like a blessing and a curse at the same time: it’s explains the symptoms you’ve been experiencing and is a starting point for understanding how you can begin to treat them, but it also confirms that your body is in the grip of a condition for which there is no real cure and with symptoms that can include depression, anxiety and fertility problems.
I always think conception is an odd thing really. We spend what feels like a large part of our lives trying NOT to get pregnant, then a period of time TRYING to get pregnant, and then once again trying NOT to get pregnant.
Would you like to attend the Private Pregnancy UK Show: Saturday 21st May – Sunday 22nd May 2016 – Royal Institution, London? As the first exhibition of its kind, The Private Pregnancy Show will bring together elite obstetricians, gynaecologists, fertility consultants and midwives from the UK’s leading private hospitals and clinics, for one weekend only. It […]