Helping women navigate through physical and emotional changes during the early stages of motherhood
Our Top Gynaecologists London clinic provides comprehensive early pregnancy services to assist you and your baby’s health throughout your pregnancy experience. Early pregnancy services include prenatal check-ups, ultrasounds and diagnostic tests to monitor your baby’s development and ensure a successful pregnancy.
Our competent and caring doctors and nurses will walk you through every step of your pregnancy journey.
Our qualified and experienced gynaecologists specialize in early pregnancy services like gynaecology scans, antenatal care, and prenatal testing. Our early pregnancy scan services use cutting-edge technology to offer extensive and precise information about your baby’s health and development.
Our antenatal care services monitor your pregnancy to ensure you and your baby receive the best possible care and outcome. We provide prenatal testing options, namely non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT), which detects chromosomal abnormalities early.
It involves taking your medical history, a physical examination and laboratory tests to confirm the pregnancy and check health issues.
Healthcare providers may recommend vitamins and supplements to help support the health of the mother and the developing fetus.
These tests confirm the pregnancy and monitor the development of the fetus.
Help monitor the levels of hormones like human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), progesterone and oestrogen.
Monitor for potential pregnancy complications, such as gestational diabetes, preeclampsia and preterm labour.
You may receive counselling and support to prepare for physical and emotional changes, childbirth options and infant care.
Headaches are most common in early pregnancy and are sometimes a sign of preeclampsia. If not monitored and treated, preeclampsia can lead to complications.
Simple lifestyle changes can enhance your health and the health of your growing baby. Caffeine, for example, should be avoided during pregnancy.
Pregnancy can be challenging. Tiredness, sore breasts, and morning sickness are all common symptoms of pregnancy in the first weeks. These symptoms could indicate a more adverse problem.
Yes, quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do for your baby’s health and yourselves.
Exercise is essential for both you and your baby, but it does not require you to join a gym. A daily walk or swim might be an excellent way to stay active while pregnant.