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Thyroid dysfunction and pregnancy

It’s not uncommon to experience thyroid dysfunction during pregnancy. Learn about the signs, testing and how it can be treated to support your baby.

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Fertility awareness (natural family planning)

Fertility awareness is learning to recognise on which days of the month you are fertile. It can be used as a form of contraception or as a method to become pregnant.

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Pregnancy help when overseas

In most cases, you can safely travel while you’re pregnant. Find out here how to prepare for overseas travel, and what to pack, and how to get help.

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Screening for Down syndrome

Down syndrome is a chromosomal disorder that affects 1 in 1,00 babies. Find out about the screening and diagnostic tests that can detect the condition.

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Constipation in babies (0 to 1 years)

Constipation is when your baby’s stool is hard and dry, making it difficult to pass poo. Read on to learn what’s normal, or how to treat constipation.

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Children, vitamins and minerals

Kids often don’t need vitamin or mineral supplements. Learn more about giving your child the vitamins and minerals they need through a balanced diet.

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