Birmingham Women's Hospital
With the highest standards of healthcare quality and safety we put mothers at the centre of their maternity care and empower them to make decisions about how they want to give birth so that your birthing experience is memorable for all the right reasons.
Telephone: 0121 472 1377
UKTIS is the sole dedicated UK provider of evidence-based information on fetal risk following pharmacological and other potentially toxic pregnancy exposures.
UKTIS aims to support the appropriate use of medicines in pregnancy and to advise on management after in uteroexposure to potentially harmful substances.
Telephone: 0344 892 0909
The Pinks B Blues – Pregnancy loss Support
We know that pregnancy loss can be a time of confusion, isolation, what if? what next? At the Pinks N Blues, they offer peer support groups, limited 1-2-1 support via email, telephone, Skype, and/or face to face, for anyone who has experienced pregnancy loss(es) and their partners, friends and family, pre-24 weeks. Their groups offer peer support, information and guidance in a safe and supportive space with others who have experienced pregnancy loss(es). They support your emotional well-being during a time of flux and uncertainty, developing strategies in moving forward, a space to say what you really need to say without judgement but with warmth and understanding.
Heart of England Maternity Services
Our Maternity departments at Heartlands, Solihull and Good Hope hospitals provide women with care prior to and throughout pregnancy, delivery and following the birth. Care is also provided in hospital, women’s homes and at surgeries.
Telephone: 0121 424 2682
Bumps is provided by the UK Teratology Information Service (UKTIS). UKTIS is a not-for-profit organisation funded by Public Health England on behalf of the UK Health Departments. UKTIS (previously the National Teratology Information Service, NTIS) has been providing scientific information to health care providers since 1983 on the effects that use of medicines, recreational drugs and chemicals during pregnancy may have on the unborn baby.