Your Midwife or health professional may ask you to read certain leaflets specific to your needs or circumstances. Not all the information available here will be relevant to everyone. Please discuss any concerns or preferences with your Midwife or specialist.
Alternative Birthing Positions
Anaemia information leaflet
Antenatal Pelvic floor Exercises
Being Overweight in Pregnancy and After Birth
Breast Milk for your Baby on the Special Care Baby Unit
Caring for your Perineum During Pregnancy and After Child Birth
Choices for Birth After a Caesarean Section
COVID-19 information sheet and decision aid
Early Labour - The Latent Phase
Expressing Milk Before the Birth of Your Baby
Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring in Labour
Ferinject information leaflet
Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)
Going Home with Ruptured Membranes
Having a Caesarean Section Birth
Induction of Labour
Maternity Aromatherapy Service
Medical Management of Miscarriage
Medicines Derived from Animal Products
Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapists leaflets
Through this link you will find information on pelvic floor exercises, pregnancy pelvic girdle pain, exercises for after
birth and exercise and advise in pregnancy.
Pelvic floor exercises
Perineal Care After the Birth of Your Baby
Postnatal Information for Patients
Pregnancy Pre-existing Diabetes
Pregnancy Related Pelvic Girdle Pain
Reduced Fetal Movements – Tommy’s
Refusal of Blood Products in Pregnancy
Safer sleep for
babies – a guide for parents
Screening tests for you and your baby
Here you will find information leaflets on the screening tests you will be offered during your pregnancy and after your baby is born. It explains the different types of test and what the tests are looking for.
Treatment Options for Gestational Diabetes
Turning a Breech baby in the Womb
Maternity Services on YouTube
You can find a range of informative videos here. It might be beneficial to watch these videos with a partner, relative or friend so they can support you. Each birth experience is unique and your Midwife is the best person to discuss your experience or plans with you.
Rotherham's 0-19 service brings together care provided by professionals such as health visitors, school nurses, feeding support professionals and much more.
Working with other agencies, it aims to:
- Provide parents with the advice and support they need to make sure their children make progress in their development, keep healthy and stay safe
- Promote health and healthy lifestyles through our work in schools and provide advice and support for young people
You can get in contact with the 0-19 service on their central helpline which is open from 9.00 to 5.00pm Monday to Friday. The number is 01709 423333.
Or look them up on Facebook @rotherham0-19 The page is updated regularly with useful information and news.
Rotherham Maternity Voices Partnership
The Rotherham Maternity Voice Partnership regularly shares news, updates and events related to maternity care nationally and locally. The group provides opportunities to share your experiences and to give feedback about the services we provide. they can be found on Facebook, search 'Rotherham Maternity Voices Partnership' or copy and paste: www.facebook.com/Rotherham-Maternity-Voices-Partnership-2256423411088969
The Healthier Together website has a range of information for pregnant women and for parents. Visit the website here: www.sybhealthiertogether.nhs.uk/