Women who develop high blood pressure or have a pre-existing blood pressure issues will be referred to this specialist clinic.
Women with pre existing and newly diagnosed issues with their thyroid, blood sugar levels (diabetes) or any other metabolic problem will be referred in pregnancy to a team of specialists; consultant obstetrician, endocrinologist, midwife, diabetic nurse and dietitian to support you through their pregnancy.
A clinic led by dietitians at Kingston Hospital for healthy eating and weight management advice during your pregnancy.
This clinic is for you, if your baby is found to be lying with its bottom first or feet first in your womb instead of in the usual head first position from 35 weeks of pregnancy.
Fetal Medicine Team
If acute concerns regarding your baby are detected, then the Fetal Medicine team will perform relevant tests and provide you with evidence-based further information.
Preterm Surveillance Clinic
For women who are at increased risk of early spontaneous birth (between 24 and 34 weeks of pregnancy) or second trimester miscarriage (between 14 and 23 weeks of pregnancy).
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