As Easter approaches we may be thinking about what that means to us or even telling the Easter story to our children.
Easter is celebrated in many ways such as with the Easter bunny, Easter eggs and fluffy chicks. This is to represent new life and new beginnings.
This may be a time when you’re considering starting that new life by trying for a baby.
Did you know that care before your pregnant is as important as when you’re pregnant?
A healthy mum + healthy dad = healthy baby
Ideally preconception care should be started at least three months prior to conceiving. In fact all women should be thinking about their health even if they are not considering starting a family. One reason is that about half of the pregnancies are unplanned.
Five things to boost your preconception health
Preconception care can improve your chances of getting pregnant, having a healthy pregnancy, and having a healthy baby.
Post by Cheryl Tomlinson, One to One Midwife