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Pregnancy & Family 

wye surgery pregnancy and family
pregnancy and family

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PregnancyBaby & child safety
Pregnancy week by week (visuals)Start4Life babies
Labour and birthChild health interactive tools
Newborn babiesStillbirth
Babies and toddlersPostnatal depression

Wye Surgery - Self Help Tips

If you have any pregnancy or family health concerns, make an appointment to see your GP. Or if it is not urgent, message them using the online service eConsult.

Eat well and exercise Eat well and exercise

Keeping fit and active during your pregnancy will help you adapt to the physical changes taking place in your body, and the rigours of labour.

Looking after your own health gives your baby the best start in life:

Exercise in pregnancy

Travel in pregnancy

Healthy diet in pregnancy

Foods to avoid in pregnancy

Alcohol and pregnancy  

Smokefree pregnancy


Support for pregnant women and new parents Pregnant women and new parents

Some organisations offering support:

NHS services and support for parents

Websites, helplines and support groups

National Childbirth Trust (NCT)

Parenting support centre

Kent Baby Matters

Multiple births

Premature or born sick babies

Stillbirth and baby death


Teenagers Teenagers


Eating disorders

Be safe online

Coping with cyber bullying

Think U Know (internet safety for children)

Talking to your teenager

Teenagers and depression

Teenage sleep

Teenage boys

Teenage girls


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