Skip to main content

Search results

Your search results are displayed below.

Your search for 'pregnancy exercise' resulted in 34 matches

RCOG review on antenatal and postnatal analgesia
A new Scientific Impact Paper from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) sets out ... guidance on the management of pain medication for women during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
RCOG release: What you need to know about gestational diabetes
Many women giving birth in the UK have pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes, according to new patient information published
RCOG publishes clinical guidance on managing obesity
Women who are obese should ... be supported to lose weight before conception and between pregnancies to ensure the healthiest possible outcome for mother and baby
Your pelvic floor
you if needed.   How often should you do pelvic floor exercises? You should work at your own speed, and you will need to determine ... pain and dysfunction. These symptoms are often associated with pregnancy, birth and menopause. You can be referred to these services
RCOG statement on CMO Annual Report 2012
see recognition of the importance of the pre-conception and pregnancy periods (Chapter 5) in helping to ensure that babies get the ... obesity, poor diet and nutrition, a lack of physical activity/ exercise, high levels of alcohol consumption/smoking and poor sexual
Core curriculum pre-August 2013
reproductive health (PDF, 338 kb) Core module 16: Early pregnancy issues (PDF, 134 kb) Core module 17: Gynaecological oncology (PDF ... Mini-CEX (clinical evaluation exercise) – gynaecology (PDF, 36 kb) Mini-CEX (clinical evaluation exercise) – obstetrics (PDF
Annual Academic Meeting 2019
The 2019 Annual Academic Meeting, incorporating the Blair Bell Research Society annual meeting, was held on 17-18 January ... prediction of hypertension, and exercise prescription to improve quality of life in obese pregnancy. Delegates haled from both clinical
BJOG release: New study looks into the risk factors of miscarriage and estimates a quarter of them could be prevented
Gynaecology. This large nationwide study used data from 91,427 pregnancies included in the Danish National Birth Cohort, between 1996 ... expulsion before 22 completed weeks of gestation. Of the 91,427 pregnancies examined in this study, 3,177 resulted in miscarriage. Information
RCOG release: What you need to know about having a small baby
Gynaecologists (RCOG). An unborn baby is small if, at that stage of pregnancy, his or her size or estimated weight on the scan is in the ... the mother or father were a small baby, ethnicity, number of pregnancies and the sex of the baby. A baby could be small because of
RCOG release: Weight loss surgery improves female fertility
overweight or obese impacts on natural conception, miscarriage, pregnancy and the long term health of women and their children, due to ... to an increased risk of congenital anomalies, pregnancy complications and illnesses associated with obesity, such as diabetes, high

Filter by type

To filter your results, tick the boxes above and hit the search button. If you want to clear the results untick your choices and hit the search button again.