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  • Management of Women with Mental Health Issues during Pregnancy and the Postnatal Period (Good Practice No. 14)

    ...and address decisions on medication management in late pregnancy, the immediate postpartum period and with regard to breastfeeding. ● A locally agreed protocol should be in place with child safeguarding services allowing for their involvement where...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 09 June 2011

  • Cardiac Disease and Pregnancy (Good Practice No. 13)

    ...starting contraception before your fertility returns. This may be as early as four weeks after delivery if you are not fully breastfeeding. And finally... Don’t forget that if you decide to get pregnant, taking extra folic acid (easily obtainable...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 22 June 2011

  • Making normal birth a reality

    ...agreement and without jeopardising safety, this should be the objective. A straightforward birth makes it easier to establish breastfeeding, helps get family life off to a good start, and protects long-term health. We have developed the following practical...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 26 November 2007

  • Home Births - RCOG and RCM joint statement number 2

    ...The improved relationships built upon continuity of care and carer can lead to considerable advantages in the promotion of breastfeeding, reduction in smoking in pregnancy and improved nutrition for women. 5.3 Continuity of care is a complex concept as...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 08 June 2007

  • Standards for Maternity Care

    ...nutrition and exercise, benefits of breastfeeding, sexual health and avoidance of substance...pathway, planning place of birth, breastfeeding, including workshops, participant...choice and to be fully informed that breastfeeding has many positive long-term healthcare...

    Royal College of Anaesthetists, 30 June 2008

  • Providing equity of critical and maternity care for the critically ill pregnant or recently pregnant woman

    ...gestation. Postpartum care » Breastfeeding » No TILT required » A diuresis...midwife to take care of perineum, breastfeeding, bonding as per NICE postnatal care...pharmacists: drug safety, pregnancy and breastfeeding The maternity and general critical...

    Royal College of Anaesthetists, 02 November 2011

  • Why your weight matters during pregnancy and after birth: information for you

    ...once a year. Information and support about breastfeeding Breastfeeding is best for your baby. It is possible to take vitamin D supplements whilst you are breastfeeding. Healthy eating and exercise Continue to...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 30 November 2011

  • Audit Recipe Book (3rd edition) 2012

    ...pregnancy, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation of pregnant women. ◗◗ For all women with a live infant facilities for breastfeeding (or use of breast pump) should be available. Retrospective or prospective data collection over one month ...

    Royal College of Anaesthetists, 08 January 2014

  • HIV and pregnancy: information for you

    ...treatment with anti-retroviral drugs (see below) • avoid breastfeeding and choose to bottle-feed your baby with formula 12 weeks. If these tests are negative and you are not breastfeeding, your baby does not have HIV. A further test to confirm...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 13 December 2013

  • Group B streptococcus (GBS) infection in newborn babies - information for you

    ...breastfeed? It is safe to breastfeed your new baby. Breastfeeding has not been shown to increase the risk of GBS infection...or she should be treated promptly with antibiotics. • Breastfeeding does not increase the risk of GBS infection and will protect...

    Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 21 June 2013

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