As part of your care during pregnancy (antenatal care), you will be offered a carbon monoxide breath test to help you and your baby be healthy.
During the coronavirus pandemic, you can apply to register a birth or purchase a certificate of birth by e-mail or by post. Registering a birth is a legal requirement in Ireland and must be completed no later than three months after the birth. Here’s what you need to know…..
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The 'Latch On' study. Is looking for expectant mums who are planning on breastfeeding to take part. Who can take part: This study is looking for first time mothers 26-34 weeks pregnant who are planning to...
Teach your children how to handwash with this catchy sing along jingle.
Videos on pregnancy by healthcare experts including signs and stages of labour, pain releif options and many more…..
Antenatal Class on preparing for the birth of your newborn covering how to instructions on bathing, feeding, sleep safery and much more
Short videos by Midwives to prepare you for looking after your newborn.
This antenatal tutorial video provides tips, advice and information for expectant parents to prepare them for the birth of their child.
It can take up to 14 days for symptoms of corona virus to show.
The best defence against Covid-19 is prevention.