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Pregnancy is a good time to think about your own health and that of your baby. It is common to experience different emotions and concerns but taking some time to think about your health and wellbeing and to prepare for your babies arrival can really help. These pages provide information on what to do in an emergency and we recommend you and those who will be caring for your baby take some time to read them.

Staying healthy while you are pregnant is really important for keeping you and your baby well. We’ve found some helpful resources to support you during your pregnancy.

 

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/829894/5-physical-activity-for-pregnant-women.pdf

 

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On the First Steps Nutrition pages you can find information and advice on eating well in pregnancy.

New Baby, New Feelings

Pregnancy and the period after childbirth are significant times of change in a person’s life. It is common for women and their partners to experience many different emotions during this time. You can access our New Baby, New Feelings resources here.

Other helpful information can be found on these sites.

 

inking about your baby being hurt or becoming unwell is likely to feel scary but taking the time now to look at this information about what to do in an emergency could help you look after your baby if they ever need it. We also recommend you get anyone else who will be caring for your baby to look at them too. 

 

Sepsis is life threatening. It can be hard to spot and there are lots of possible symptoms. 

Some people are more likely to get an infection that could lead to sepsis, including:

  • babies under 1, particularly if they're born early (premature) or their mother had an infection while pregnant
  • Women who have just given birth

To find out more about Sepsis and how to spot the symptoms go to https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/sepsis/
If you think you or someone you look after has symptoms of sepsis, call 999 or go to A&E. Trust your instincts.

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