Thinking about your next baby?

Sooner or later you may decided to wish to have another baby.  It is important to think about your overall general health and health of your partner to increase chances of getting pregnant.  A poor diet, smoking, drinking alcohol can affect the quality of sperm and your chances of conceiving.

When planning another pregnancy it is important that you take folic acid from the time you start trying to conceive up until 12 weeks pregnant.  It is also important to eat foods that contain folic acid as well.  Ask your GP for advice.

More information about Folic acid

If you are on long term medication, suffer from diabetes or epilepsy or have a history of postnatal depression,  puerperal psychosis, suffer from sexually transmitted diseases you should speak to your GP for appropriate management.

More information on planning a pregnancy

Vaginal Birth After Caesarean (VBAC)

Many women who have a caesarean section can have a vaginal birth for their next baby.  Your obstetrician will be able to advise you.  We offer an antenatal birth choices clinic which provides you with advice and support.

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