Pregnancy series: Second trimester FAQs answered with My Expert Midwife!

Pregnancy series: Second trimester FAQs answered with My Expert Midwife!

by Maria Martin |
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We caught up with My Expert Midwife to collaborate with our YouTube pregnancy series to answer your second trimester FAQs!

This is the third video on which Mother&Baby has collaborated with the expert midwives on. Other talking points in this series about the pregnancy journey, are about pregnancy health and wellbeing, the first trimester, what to pack in your hospital bag and preparing for labour.

Watch our latest Mother&Baby Pregnancy Series video here...

In this video, Lesley Gilchrist, founder and CEO of My Expert Midwife answered your questions which included ultrasound scans, UTIs and when to call your midwife in the second trimester of pregnancy.

Some of the parts touched upon in this video are:

  • What to do about heartburn?

  • How do I know my baby is ok in the womb?

  • When should I start buying bits for my baby/for their nursery?

  • When should I start thinking about antenatal classes?

As a registered midwife, Lesley is able to help give professional tips, advice and answer those all-important questions you may have whilst in your second trimester. You'll also hear from our in-house mum, Digital Group Editor, Maria Martin, who will share nuggets of her second trimester as she proceeds along her second pregnancy journey.

So grab a cuppa and have a seat with us, as Lesley answers your top second trimester questions!

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