Please either complete the online self referral form or visit us in person at the Antenatal Clinic on the 5th floor of the Kenwood Wing.
The NHS Choices website has comprehensive information relating to pregnancy. It includes information of the food and drink you can eat during pregnancy, symptoms during pregnancy and medications you can take.
- Pain and/or bleeding
- Pelvic pain
- Hyperemesis (severe vomiting)
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Miscarriage and recurrent miscarriage
Walk-in service (women's diagnostic unit)
- Home if there are no concerns after the assessment
- Emergency department for non-pregnancy related issues
- Admission to the maternity ward for observation
- Birth centre or the labour ward if in labour
Please contact your named midwife from our team who coordinates and tailors their maternity care. Your named midwife will be your key point of contact during your pregnancy.
- Birth preparation
- Serious musculoskeletal pain e.g. back pain, sciatic nerve pain and pelvic pain
- Turning babies from breech to head down presentation
- Severe vomiting (hyperemesis)
Location: Fetal Medicine Service, Level 5, Kenwood Wing, To book an appointment please call 07824 864455 and leave a message on our voicemail. We will contact you within 24 hours to offer you an appointment.
- Birthing pool
- Gas and air (Entonox - a mixture of oxygen and nitrous oxide gas)
- Complementary therapies such as hypnobirthing and acupuncture
- TENS machine (transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation)
- Intramuscular injection (into the muscle of your thigh or buttock)
On the Labour Ward, pain relief therapies include all of the above, plus:
Tips for buying a baby car seat.
Partners or another nominated adult can stay overnight on the postnatal ward. A recliner seat is provided. They should bring their own food.