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Diabetes and pregnancy

It is important that you are screened more often if you are pregnant. You are at more risk of serious eye problems during your pregnancy if you were diagnosed with diabetes before you become pregnant.

You'll be offered screening soon after your first antenatal clinic visit and again around 28 weeks of pregnancy.

If early stages of retinopathy are found at the first screening, you'll also be offered another screening test between 16 and 20 weeks of pregnancy.

If serious retinopathy is found at any screening, you'll be referred to an eye specialist at your local hospital.

Gestational diabetes

If you have been diagnosed with gestational diabetes we will not need to screen you for diabetic eye disease.

For more information visit the Screening tests for you and your baby pages at GOV.UK




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Coronavirus - useful information

The latest health information about Coronavirus can be found at  Information about our local services can be found on this website here.

From Monday 15 June 2020, visitors and outpatients coming into our hospitals will be asked to wear a face covering at all times, to help us reduce the spread of Covid-19.  A face covering can be as simple as a scarf or bandana that ties behind the head.  It should cover your mouth and nose while allowing you to breathe comfortably.  For more information click here.

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