If you think you are pregnant, you can self-refer to the Community Midwives Team at www.esht.nhs.uk/maternity-self-referral. They will guide you through your pregnancy and birth. It is also useful to let us know too, so we can update our records and be on hand to support you if needed.
There is lots of useful information on their website East Sussex Hospitals Trust Maternity.
NHS.uk has lots of useful information about getting pregnant, being pregnant or caring for your new baby.
NHS.uk/start4life has advice and tips for pregnancy, birth, parenthood, breastfeeding support 24/7, weaning and more. It puts everything parents need to know in one place.
Antenatal classes and groups
There are a range of antenatal classes you can join from 16 weeks pregnant and beyond. For more information and to book, visit www.esht.nhs.uk/service/maternity/your-pregnancy/antenatal-classes-and-groups/
Being Mum: online support group
Have you just had your first baby? Would you benefit from a safe, friendly space to talk about the changes and challenges you are facing? A small group meet on Zoom for six weeks to share stories, support and advice. Find out more at www.hses.org.uk or by emailing [email protected].