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Pregnancy 0-12 weeks
Congratulations, you're pregnant!
The early stages of pregnancy are such an exciting time and you’ll probably be bubbling over with questions about what happens next! If you’ve not yet gone public, you’ll want to find expert advice you can trust, which is why we’ve put together everything you need to get your pregnancy off to the best possible start. You’ll find loads of top tips for exercise and foods you can enjoy during pregnancy, to make taking care of yourself as easy as possible, plus an amazing video about your baby’s development during this first trimester. If you have any questions or niggles, no matter how silly they seem, feel free to give us a call – that’s what we’re here for!
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your baby's development
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Your baby's development
week by week
Click on any week in our pregnancy calendar to find out how your baby is changing, read about what things you might be experiencing and pick up some tips, plus discover some fascinating facts about your pregnancy.
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Nutrition and health
There are quite a few early signs of pregnancy to look out for. It’s a huge change for your body and the early signs are a result of the hormonal changes taking place. Of course, the only way to be sure is to take a pregnancy test. Read more
For the majority of mums-to-be, doing some kind of moderate exercise during pregnancy is beneficial. Whether you enjoy a leisurely swim or a walk in the park, as long as your midwife agrees, thirty minutes of light exercise a day will do both you... Read more
Common health concerns
As your baby develops and your bump gets bigger, your body changes to adapt to this. This extra strain can commonly lead to pregnancy pains such as backache and abdominal discomfort. If you are concerned, get checked out by your midwife or doctor to...Read moreStomach pains in pregnancy
What our mums are saying in our forums
Hi all, Im 32 and married and this is my first pregnancy I am 20+3 and I have been very ...
Leanne S (32) 19/01/2017
hiya I'm 17 weeks pregnant and I've pretty much had non stop head aches re...
Hi All, I found this video interesting. It shows samples of both breast milk and formula...
Practical info and advice
When it comes to pregnancy and work, you’ll be pleased to hear that there is lots of legal support for mums. There are a few things you need to be aware of, starting with picking the right time to tell your boss. If you need any further help...Read moreWhen do I tell my boss I'm pregnant
“I contacted the Careline through Live Chat as I was at work and couldn't use the phone. The person I spoke to sounded really competent and reassured me. I have recommended the service to friends and will definitely use the service again.
Brunella, 1st trimester
Emotional wellbeing and relationships
If you’ve just found out, you may have mixed emotions right now – part of you might be pleased whereas the other half might be feeling a bit shell-shocked! This time around there will be fewer surprises in store and you’ll no doubt...Read moreI've just had my baby, and now I'm pregnant again
Not everyone has an easy time and if you haven’t slept in days and are suffering from some of the common side-effects of pregnancy, it’s natural to feel as though you’ve been handed a bit of a rough deal – however much...Read moreI'm not enjoying being pregnant