Mother, Daughter and Childs Daughter

Having a Baby in WA

Information About Pregnancy and Birth

The following brochures provide information for women who birth at King Edward Memorial Hospital (KEMH) in Western Australia and can be used as a general guide for pregnancy and birth information.



Adolescent Antenatal Clinic
Information for pregnant teenagers.

Bleeding and/or Pain in Early Pregnancy

Breech Presentation - External Cephalic Version

Caesarean, Your - Birth and Recovery (formerly Following Caesarean Birth)

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Childbirth and Mental Illness Antenatal Clinic (CAMI)

Diabetes Screening in Pregnancy

Ectopic Pregnancy

Exercise, Diabetes and Pregnancy

Exercise - Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises

Fetal Monitoring

Gestational Diabetes – Should I be screened for Gestational Diabetes?

Gestational Diabetes - Starting Insulin for the First Time

Gestational Diabetes (print version)

Glucose Tolerance Test
Booking form and instructions for a blood test to determine the presence of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM).

Good Bowel Habits

Good Foods for Young Mums To Be

Hepatitis B and your Baby

Hospital Admission and Tobacco Smoking

Management of Preterm Prelabour Rupture of Membranes

Maternal Fetal Medicine Service

Morning Sickness - A simple guide to ease your discomfort

Nutritional Fitness in Pregnancy

Overdue pregnancy – My baby is overdue – what now?

Overdue pregnancy (print version)

Preparation for Childbirth and Parenting Courses

Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises

Pre-Admission Clinic for Birth by Elective Caesarean Section

Pregnancy Care at King Edward Memorial Hospital

Pregnancy Health Record

Pregnancy of Unknown Location

Pregnancy of Unknown Viability

Pregnancy Care options - having a baby in WA


Systemic Methotrexate

Ultrasound – Having a routine ultrasound scan in pregnancy

Ultrasound (print version)

Vitamin D Deficiency - Use of Cholecalciferol

Vitamin D for Pregnant Women and New Mothers - Information about

When to Come to Hospital and Planning to go Home

Women and Newborn Drug and Alcohol Service

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Active Management of the Third Stage Following a Vaginal Birth

Caesarean, Your - Birth and Recovery (formerly Following Caesarean Birth)

Delivery of the placenta – Should I have active or natural management?

Delivery of the placenta (print version)

Epidurals for Child Birth

Family Birth Centre

Fear of Childbirth

Home birth – What are my options if I wish to have a home birth?

Homebirth (print version)

Induction of Labour

Information for a Support Person Attending a Caesarean Birth

Labour and Birth Using Water

Next Birth After Caesarean (NBAC)

Repeat Caesarean Section

Use of Oxytocics for Delivery of the Placenta

Use of TENS in Labour

VBAC - Vaginal Birth After Caesarean Section

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After your Epidural or Spinal Block

Baby massage and Open House Postnatal Program

Breastfeeding and Breast Care

Caesarean, Your - Birth and Recovery (formerly Following Caesarean Birth)

Caring for your Perineum

Exercise - Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises

Expressing Breast Milk for your Baby in the NICU

Following Caesarean Birth

Formula Feeding

Good Bowel Habits

Hepatitis C and Breastfeeding

Keeping Your Baby Safe

Open House Program and baby massage (next nine months)

Parent Education Classes

Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises

Physiotherapy after Childbirth

Post Caesarean Section - Mothers Group flyer

Postnatal Exercise

Safe Infant Sleeping

Six Week Check

The use of Domperidone to increase milk supply

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Blood Transfusion for your Baby

Co-Sleeping/Bed-Sharing - Information for Parents

Gastroschisis Information for Parents

Getting Ready for Home Information for parents

Home care for babies who have had a CSF shunt inserted

Infant Inflight Care - Information for Parents Flying With Oxygen

Information for Parents of Pre-term

Look@MyBaby - Information for parents and staff

Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome

Neonatal Follow-up Program

Omega-3 DHA supplements

Oximetry Screening Information for Parents

Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)

Safe Infant Sleeping

Vitamin D Deficiency - Use of Cholecalciferol

Vitamin D for Pregnant Women and New Mothers - Information about

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