Smear Testing – The Great Age Debate

By Gemma Walsh At 23 years old I went to my GP to talk about ‘feminine issues’. It had been nearly 18 months since the physically traumatic birth of my son and I was still having a lot of pain and discomfort. I asked about Read More »

Chickenpox guidelines for pregnant women updated

By Kimberly Bond Pregnant women who have not had Chickenpox should be advised to avoid others with the virus, and be referred to a medical specialist if they develop signs of the rash, new medical  guidelines say. The healthcare guidelines, given by the  the Royal Read More »

Foodie Friday – Healthy crisps

Yes, you read correctly. As I mentioned in one of my previous posts, I have recently embarked upon a lifestyle change and that has got me thinking about how I can make my snacking habits a little bit healthier. As someone who loves to snack Read More »

Smear Tests – My Experience

By Gemma Walsh I’ve reached that age. The NHS has caught up with me and would love my presence at the most looked forward to of all things required by us women. No matter what your opinion on the current UK age limit for smear Read More »

Preparing for breastfeeding

By Lynsey Hansford The idea of nourishing your new baby at your breast is a source of great excitement for many pregnant and new mothers; you want to find out how best you can prepare yourself for getting breastfeeding off to a good start. Perhaps Read More »

 

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