Leaflets and apps
Patient information leaflets
- Antenatal hand expression
- Antenatal perineal massage
- Birth place decisions
- Bleeding in early pregnancy
- Breastfeeding for mothers with diabetes
- Breech presentation
- Caesarean section (planned)
- Commercial Umbilical Cord Blood Collection
- Contraceptive choices after you have had your baby
- Coping with labour
- Diet and gestational diabetes
- Donor breast milk
- Expressing your breast milk
- Feeding your baby during a hospital admission
- Group B Streptococcus (GBS) in pregnancy and newborn babies
- HIV in pregnancy
- Home birth
- Induction of labour (with intact membranes)
- Induction of labour with Cervical Balloon (Foley’s) catheter
- Infant feeding support
- Insulin pump therapy during pregnancy and birth
- Looking after your skin
- Low lying placenta (placenta praevia)
- Making decisions around tests and procedures in pregnancy
- My baby seems small
- My labour is beginning
- My waters have broken and I am not having contractions
- Neonatal outreach team
- Obstetric cholestasis (liver disorder in pregnancy)
- Obstetric cholestasis postnatal information
- Pelvic girdle pain (PGP) in pregnancy
- Perineal care
- Preterm Birth Clinic
- Prolonged jaundice screen
- Reducing your risk of blood clots (venous thrombosis) during pregnancy and after birth
- Rothschild Ward welcome letter – Postnatal
- Rothschild Ward welcome letter – Antenatal
- Screening tests for you and your baby
- Support Guide for Perinatal Mental Health
- Suspected pulmonary embolism (PE) in pregnancy
- Tongue Tie
- Twins and multiple pregnancy – Dichorionic Diamniotic Twins (DC)
- Vaginal Birth after Caesarean Section (VBAC)
- Vitamin D in pregnancy, breastfeeding and children under 5
- Vitamin K for newborn babies
- When your waters break early (pre-term pre-labour rupture of membranes) (PPROM)
- Why a healthy weight in pregnancy matters
Mum and baby app
Find out more about the Mum and baby app available for mums-to-be in Buckinghamshire. It provides all the information you need to make plans and decisions about your maternity care.
DadPad is an easy to access app for dads with new babies and dads-to-be in Buckinghamshire.
It is full of useful information for fathers – setting them up for a confident start to fatherhood. And in turn that boosts their own mental health resilience and that of new mums and the whole family.
Download the DadPad app or visit your app store and search DadPad.
Baby Buddy app
Baby Buddy 2.0 beta is a new version of the NHS-approved Baby Buddy app, now available to download.
Whether you’re a mum, dad, co-parent or caregiver, Baby Buddy gives you the knowledge and practical skills to look after yourself and give your child the best start.
Made in partnership with parents just like you, our beta version of Baby Buddy builds on its trusted information and brings a wealth of new features, creating a personalised journey for every user.
Be part of the journey, use the app and give us your feedback so it can be even better for families across the UK.
The Me and My Baby ibook
This book was created by midwives at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust is an essential postnatal guide for mothers on how to look after themselves post birth covering many topics including – signs and symptoms of when to call for help, postnatal exercises from a maternity physiotherapist, information on pain relief and emotional wellbeing. The book also has chapters on care of your newborn, including extensive research based information on safe sleeping, infant feeding and bonding. Practical information on how to change nappies, bath your baby are included in short films by a registered midwife.
To download the postnatal book Me and My Baby, go to iBooks, search for Me and My Baby – Royal Berkshire NHS, click on the book and download it for free using your iTunes password