The following information is a guide only. If you have symptoms that persist, or if you are worried, please contact your health professional so a holistic assessment can take place and specific advice can be given.

Tuesday, 19 March 2019 / Published in breastfeeding, Pregnancy
Whichever method you choose to feed your baby, during the early days you will need to feed him/her every 2-3 hours. Babies have a physiological need to wake frequently to feed and breastfeeding is ideal to support this because it adjusts to suit the baby’s needs and development. In the first few days when his
Friday, 08 March 2019 / Published in Pregnancy
Why is it so difficult sometimes? What is happening to your body and useful tips to get a good night’s sleep. We all know that the first 12 weeks of pregnancy are characterized by a desire to sleep anywhere and anytime, even upright! What some women are surprised to discover is that the rest of
Friday, 08 March 2019 / Published in In The News, Labour, Labour & Birth
Embed from Getty Images People are very interested in the pregnancy of Meghan Markle and a series of new pictures shows the princess cradling her baby bump fondly, but is there a reason why she is pictured doing this so often? – Liz Haliday our deputy head of midwifery, has suggested that mother’s feel that
Thursday, 06 September 2018 / Published in breastfeeding, Newborn Care, Postnatal Care
Postnatal care has long been known as the Cinderella of maternity services and now it seems to be dwindling further away. Bearing the brunt of financial cuts, postnatal visits have become less frequent and, in many areas, have moved away from the community and into hospitals and children’s centres. In some areas postnatal care is