Your Pregnancy Doctor TV
Trying to get Pregnant
Planning a pregnancy and improving your health before you conceive can improve your wellbeing and that of the baby. So, if you’re trying to get pregnant, Your Pregnancy Doctor, can help you achieve a healthier pregnancy.
Conditions Affecting Fertility
Positive Mind, Positive Test, Positive Pregnancy
Signs You’re Pregnant and Pregnancy Tests
Increase Your Chances of Conceiving
I’m Pregnant…What Now?
Congratulations, you’re pregnant! It’s a time of excitement, anticipation and probably a little anxiety too. We have information you can trust, written and checked by a team of experienced medical professionals, as well as expert advice, scientific research and sources of support to help you have a healthy pregnancy.
Down’s Syndrome – The Impact of Language
Seeing Your GP During Your Pregnancy
What are Stem Cells?
When Should You First See Your Doctor?
Health, Skincare and Exercise Advice in Pregnancy
Bleeding in Early Pregnancy
The Development of Your Baby in the Womb
Due Dates, Morning Sickness and Having a Healthy Pregnancy
LIVE Pregnancy Scan with Dr Keith
Scans and Screening – Your Choice
What to Expect With Your Pregnancy Scans
Still Birth Rates in Pregnancy
Preparing for Birth
When you’re counting down to the big day there are lots of things to plan and prepare. From pain relief to packing your bag, writing a birth plan to recognising the signs that labour has started, Your Pregnancy Doctor has all the information you need.
Why You Should Store Your Baby’s Stem Cells
Sleeping During Pregnancy
Pregnancy Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore
Sweeps, Kicking Off Labour and Inductions
What Should Be In Your Birth Plan
Coping with Pain in Labour with Dr Daryl
What to Expect with Instrumental Deliveries
Your Hospital Bag Checklist
How To Know When You’re in Labour
Count Your Baby’s Movements
Dealing With An Unexpeted Diagnosis
Survival Guide Newborn
Whether you’re worried about your pelvic floor, feeling down in the postnatal period or stressing about your baby’s first fever, the time after birth can be full of anxiety as well as joy. You are not alone. Your Pregnancy Doctor can provide information to reassure and inform, to help you recover from the birth and maintain the health of your baby.
Administering the Chicken Pox Vaccinatio
Pros and Cons of the Chicken Pox Vaccination
Bonding With Your Baby, the Apgar Score and Guthrie Test
The Newborn Examination
Your Baby’s Senses and Neonatal Screening
Your First Breastfeed, Your Baby’s Growth and Colic
Your Baby’s Poo and Nappy Changing
How to Help Your Baby Sleep
Reducing the Risk of Cot Death (SIDS)
Newborn Illnesses and What To Do
Your Essential Baby Bag Items
Survival Guide to Life With Your Newborn