If You have Existing Health Problems9
Pregnancy puts a strain on your body, and the state of your health before you become pregnant can affect how well you are throughout your pregnancy. It can also have an impact on your baby’s well being.
While there is usually no reason why you shouldn’t have a healthy pregnancy and a normal baby, some health conditions do need careful management to minimise risks to both you and your baby.
If you have any of the following conditions you should make an appointment with your specialist, ideally before you conceive, or if not as soon as you become pregnant, to develop a care plan tailored to your needs: