Anaemia in pregnancy
During pregnancy, some women become anaemic, which means they have too few red blood cells in their body.
Bleeding during pregnancy
Bleeding during pregnancy is relatively common, however you should always contact your midwife or doctor immediately if it happens to you.
Find out about the causes, risk factors and potential complications of gestational diabetes, when during pregnancy it occurs, and how to manage it.
Itching during pregnancy
Mild itching is common in pregnancy because of the increased blood supply to the skin, but if the itching becomes severe it can be a sign of a liver c...
Pre-eclampsia is a condition that affects some pregnant women usually during the second half of pregnancy or immediately after delivery.
Having a small baby
It's normal for parents to worry about their baby's birth weight and growth. Here’s what you need to know if you have been told your baby is likely to...
Severe vomiting during pregnancy (hyperemesis gravidarum)
Many pregnant women have morning sickness during their pregnancy, but some experience excessive nausea and vomiting.