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Signs of miscarriage

Find out what the signs of miscarriage are and advice on what you should do.

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Your health after a miscarriage

It can take time to recover to full health after a miscarriage.

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Postpartum haemorrhage

Postpartum haemorrhage is when you bleed more than normal after the birth. It can be very serious and requires medical attention right away.

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Periods after pregnancy

After you've had your baby, you might be wondering how long until your periods return and if they will be the same as before your pregnancy.

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Birth injury (to the baby)

While some babies do experience birth injury, giving birth in Australia is very safe. Most birth injuries to babies are temporary, and in many cases treatment is available.

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New mums: your body after birth | Raising Children Network

New mums, your body has been through a lot. Here’s all you need to know about vaginal bleeding, afterpains, nipples and breasts, continence and weight.

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Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

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Pregnancy - Pregnancy Topics - Teeth - looking after your teeth during pregnancy

During pregnancy you may get gums problems - they may become more tender and bleed

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Haemophilia and carrying the gene - Haemophilia Foundation Australia

Information on carrying the altered gene causing haemophilia for women. This answers questions such as can females have haemophilia; what the symptoms are; how to manage bleeding problems; pregnancy and childbirth; and tips from other women who carry the gene.

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Causes of Preterm Labour - Miracle Babies

There are many causes of preterm birth

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