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External cephalic version (ECV)

ECV is a procedure to try to move your baby if they are in a breech position to the head-down position.

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Breech birth

A breech birth requires careful consideration and consultation with your midwife or doctor.

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Giving birth - first stage of labour

Find out what happens during the first stage of labour.

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Breech presentation and turning the baby

In preparation for a safe birth, your health team will need to turn your baby if it is in a bottom first ‘breech’ position.

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Foetal MRI - InsideRadiology

InsideRadiology provides free and easily accessible, accurate, up to date and credible information about medical imaging tests and procedures.

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When Your Baby is Stillborn or Dies Soon After Birth | Guiding Light - Red Nose Grief and Loss

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Rhesus Antibodies Test | HealthEngine Blog

>What is a Rhesus antobodies test? Rhesus antibodies (Rh Ab's) is a blood test to determine whether a woman has produced antibodies to the Rhesus antigen. This has important implications for pregnancy and the wellbeing of the unborn foetus.

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1 week pregnant: Key points

A quick summary of the changes to mum’s body, the baby to be, medical appointments and lifestyle information for both mum and dad.

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