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Who to call if I am worried about myself or my baby?

 

Any concerns?

If not pregnancy related, please contact you own GP

Worried?

If you are not in labour, and have concerns related to your pregnancy call:

 

Frimley Park

Wexham Park

Non-urgent (Mon-Fri 8am-4pm)

Own midwife or team email

0300 615 4520

Urgent

0300 613 4527

0300 615 4520

In labour? 

If you are in labour, have vaginal bleeding, abdominal pain, reduced fetal movements, waters breaking or any concerns about your pregnancy call:

  Frimley Park

Wexham Park

24/7

0300 613 4527

0300 615 4520

Please call the hospital you are booked to give birth at

For any life threatening emergency, call 999 as usual

 

You may experience a number of symptoms during pregnancy. Most of these are normal and will not harm you or your baby but if they are severe or you are worried about them speak to your midwife or doctor. You may feel some tiredness, sickness, headaches or other mild aches and pains, or have heartburn constipation or haemorrhoids. There may also be some mild swelling of the face, hands or ankles and varicose veins may develop in the latter stages of pregnancy.

 

When to call / see your GP

  • Illness not associated with pregnancy
  • Vaginal bleeding before 16 weeks of pregnancy
  • General malaise/feeling unwell
  • Diarrhoea
  • Vomiting
  • Aches and pains if you are concerned
  • Urine infection
  • Immunisations

 

When to call the hospital