Planning your Pregnancy
Your chances of becoming pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy and baby are better if you and your partner are as fit and healthy as possible. Before you try for a baby there are some things to consider that can help improve your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy. What you eat, how much you exercise, and whether you smoke or drink alcohol are important factors to look at.
Confused about what else to think about ahead of conceiving like when to start taking folic acid?
#ReadyforPregnancy is here to support you if you are thinking about a pregnancy and looking for information about how to prepare and be in the best shape possible for your health and your baby's health.
There is more support on how to be #ReadyforPregnancy from:
- Baby Buddy pregnancy app for information and tools to help you take care of yourself and give your child the best start in life
- The NHS website
- NHS Pregnancy Journey
- Start for life
- FPA (The Family Planning Association)
- Tommy's (Pregnancy health information)