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A

Adoption and foster care - South Australia and Australia

Alcohol during pregnancy Updated

Alcohol while planning a pregnancy

Amniocentesis

Antenatal visits - check-ups during your pregnancy

Asthma in pregnancy

B

Before your baby is born - Flinders Medical Centre in South Australia

Before your baby is born – Lyell McEwin Hospital, South Australia

Before your baby is born – Women's and Children's Hospital, South Australia

Blood tests for your newborn baby - newborn screening test

Bowel Care

Breastfeeding - for fathers

Breastfeeding and healthy eating

Breech position and delivery

C

Caesarean section

Caffeine in pregnancy

Care of your perineum after the birth

Caring for yourself in pregnancy - physiotherapy advice

Chloasma – dark patches on the face

Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS)

Common health problems in pregnancy

Conception

Confirming your pregnancy

Could it harm my baby?

D

Depression and anxiety during pregnancy

Domestic violence and pregnancy

E

Early labour - the first stage

Early signs of pregnancy

Eating well in pregnancy

Ectopic pregnancy

Emotional health – your feelings and worries

Exercise in pregnancy

F

Fathers - your relationship with your partner

Fathers - your relationship with your baby

Fathers and depression after the birth of their baby

Feeding your baby

First trimester (see: The first 3 months of pregnancy – the first trimester)

Folic acid (Folate)

Food cravings

G

Genetic or medical termination of pregnancy

Gestational diabetes - diabetes that begins during pregnancy

Getting pregnant

Going to Hospital

Group B Streptococcus

H

Hepatitis B vaccine at birth

I

Illegal drugs during pregnancy

Immunisation and pregnancy

Immunisations for whooping cough and flu during pregnancy

Interventions during labour and birth

Itching in pregnancy - Obstetric Cholestasis

L

Last trimester (see: The last 3 months of pregnancy – the third trimester)

Listeria

M

Medicines during pregnancy

Miscarriage

Morning sickness

N

Neonatology - care for your baby - South Australia

New-born hearing screening

Next birth after Caesarean Section (VBAC)

P

Pain relief during labour and birth

Pelvic floor exercises

Physiotherapy advice - after the birth of your baby

Placenta Praevia

Postnatal depression and the baby blues

Pre-eclampsia - hypertension in pregnancy

Pregnancy after rape or unwanted sex

Pregnancy and work

Pregnancy options counselling

Pregnancy Week by Week

Premature (pre-term) labour

Premature babies

Preparing for pregnancy - medicines and other drugs

Problems in becoming pregnant

R

Recovering after a Caesarean section - your body

Recovering after vaginal childbirth – your body

Routine antenatal tests

S

Screening tests (checking your baby's health before birth)

Screening tests for Down syndrome

Screening tests for neural tube defects

Second trimester (see: The second 3 months of pregnancy – the second trimester)

Smoking before pregnancy

Smoking during pregnancy

Stillbirth and neonatal death

Survivors of child sexual abuse

T

Teeth - looking after your teeth during pregnancy

Termination of pregnancy (abortion)

The first 3 months of pregnancy – the first trimester

The last 3 months of pregnancy – the third trimester

The Metropolitan Aboriginal Family Birthing Program

The second 3 months of pregnancy – the second trimester

Third trimester (see: The last 3 months of pregnancy – the third trimester)

Threatened miscarriage

Toxoplasmosis

Types of care during pregnancy and birth in South Australia

U

Ultrasound scan

V

Vaginal birth after Caesarean section (VBAC) (see: Next birth after Caesarean Section (VBAC))

Vitamin D and pregnancy

W

Watching what you eat before pregnancy

When your baby is born – the second and third stage

When to contact your hospital, doctor or midwife

Why is my baby yellow? - neonatal jaundice.

Words used by midwives and doctors - glossary

Y

Your physical and emotional wellbeing after the birth

Your relationship with your partner