Complications of Pregnancy
Pregnancy is an exciting time. However, not all pregnancies are straightforward and many parents are likely to, at some point, experience some issue, concern or complication. These can be worrying times and it’s not always easy to get the information you need to understand what’s happening.
At My BabyManual, our medical experts have worked together with our team of professional writers and researchers to produce a comprehensive resource for parents and parents-to-be that can help you make sense of what’s happening and provide support in the form of clear, accessible information.
Knowledge at your fingertips about pregnancy complications
No one likes to feel that they are in the dark regarding their pregnancy, obstetric and maternity care and in this section we take a look at the most common and most pertinent pregnancy complication topics so that you can make informed decisions about your health, your pregnancy, your care and your baby.
Areas we cover include the following:
- Preterm prelabour rupture of membranes (PPROM)
- Vaginal bleeding and spotting in pregnancy
- Venous blood clots in pregnancy
- Small for gestational age (SGA) babies and intrauterine growth restriction
- Large for gestational age (LGA) babies and macrosomia
- Gestational diabetes
- Anaemia in pregnancy
We also have a dedicated section which provides information on some of the more common pregnancy problems including nausea and vomiting (morning sickness), back pain, indigestion, and many other pregnancy issues.
One trusted resource for everything you need to know about pregnancy
My BabyManual can help you stay informed, clear-headed and confident that you understand the important concerns relating to your pregnancy, labour and childbirth.
Many of our articles are written by some of the UK’s top-level GPs, consultants, obstetricians, midwives and other pregnancy-related clinicians — while our non-clinical content is written by a dedicated team of professional writers and researchers.
It doesn’t matter whether you are looking for information in relation to a common or rare pregnancy complication or condition — at My BabyManual we aim to have your every pregnancy question covered.