Sometimes, the changes in your body during pregnancy can create discomfort or irritation. Indeed, at times, you may feel extremely uncomfortable and concerned for yourself and your baby. Always trust your own judgement and don’t be afraid to contact your midwife or doctor between appointments.
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Problems and Concerns
Common Problems and Concerns During Pregnancy
How we can help: For a full list of information on the most common minor and serious problems and concerns during pregnancy, visit our knowledge page. We have solutions for some minor issues and also how to react if you feel you are experiencing a serious problem.
Problems During Pregnancy
Some Common Problems
- Abdominal Pain
- Blood Clot
- Reduced Fetal Movement
Assessment and Emergency
The assessment and emergency unit provides a 24-hour service for the examination and assessment of women who come in with signs of labour, complications of pregnancy, complications in the postnatal period or acute gynaecological emergencies.
General Prenatal Ward
You may need to be admitted to the general prenatal ward following review in outpatients or in the assessment and emergency unit if a problem is detected that requires close observation and monitoring of you and your baby.