Pre-Eclampsia

Pre-Eclampsia Pre-Eclampsia (high blood pressure in pregnancy) is the most common reason for women needing treatment and hospitalisation for complications in pregnancy. It is the most common reason for babies to need neonatal intensive care. About 4,000 women in Australia...

Twin To Twin

Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome – TTTS TTTS is a condition affecting approximately 15% of identical twins that are sharing one placenta. It occurs when there are abnormal blood vessels in the placenta connecting one baby to the other. Normally,...

Multiple Pregnancy

Multiple Pregnancy Between 40 – 65 % in twin and 80-95% of triplet pregnancies will end with a Preterm Birth. Multiple pregnancies also carry a substantially increased risk of a variety of problems for both the woman and the babies,...

Preterm Labour

Preterm Labour is when you go into labour before the 37th week of the pregnancy – 3 or more weeks before your due date. This will result in your baby being premature. Early recognition of the possibility that you are...

Bed Rest

Bed Rest For most pregnant women, being told that you are to go home and stay in bed and rest is the hardest thing they will be told to do. We live such busy lives and to be told that...

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