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Patient Information Leaflets for Maternity Services

Virtual antenatal education

You can view a selection of online tutorials by visiting our YouTube channel.

These films have been specially created by our staff at the maternity department at York Hospital so that you, your birth partner, family and friends can share your maternity experience at any time wherever you are. If you have any questions please contact your community midwife or the maternity department at York Hospital.

If you have any questions or would like more information please speak to your midwife

Maternity Services

Caesarean Section

Information for Women

Choosing a Home Birth

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Choosing to have an elective caesarean section

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Drops of Gold for your baby

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Emotional support in pregnancy

Information for parents

Enhanced Recovery after Caesarean Section

Information for patients, relatives and carers

External Cephalic Version (ECV)

Information for patients, relatives, and carers

Going home when your waters have broken

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Information about Hypnobirthing

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Jaundice in Newborn Babies

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Lactation after loss patient leaflet

Information for patients, relatives and carers

My Baby is Breech

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Protecting your baby from low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia)

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Reflux in babies

Information for patients, relatives, and carers

Taste and Smell

Information for parents, relatives and carers

Tongue Tie

Information for parents, relatives and carers

Tube feeding your baby

Why and how of tube feeding your baby

Vaginal birth after Caesarean Section (VBAC)

Information for patients, relatives and carers

Your visit to the Preterm Birth Prevention Clinic

You have been invited to the preterm prevention clinic as your midwife or doctor is concerned that you may be at an increased risk of preterm labour.

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