Pregnancy Advice

Pregnancy Advice

Congratulations on your pregnancy. This part of the site has general information to help. If you have any suggestions for more information, please email us on

Self Referral Form

As soon as you are pregnant you are welcome to contact West Middlesex Antenatal Clinic
directly by phone or e-mail, or you can get a referral through your GP.

You can also download a self-referral form, fill it in and
either email or post it to us.

The email address to send it to is:


The postal address to send it to is:

Maternity Unit
West Middlesex University Hospital NHS
Twickenham Road
Middlesex TW7 6AF

To contact West Middlesex Antenatal Clinic by telephone, please call:
020 8321 5007 or
020 8321 6420

Antenatal Self Referral Form
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Advice in your pregnancy

Pregnancy Advice
This is leaflet which gives advice on how to plan for your pregnancy and advice during it.
Pregnancy Advice.pdf
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Antenatal clinics at the practice & West Middlesex Hospital

We carry out shared care, usually from West Middlesex Hospital. You need to carry out your own pregnancy test. Once you have a positive test, please book a routine appointment with a doctor. The doctor will refer you to a hospital, arrange an antental scan. You will have 2 scans, one around 12 week to check and another at 20 to check for abnormalities.


In a routine pregnancy you will be seen at the following weeks.


Clinic Appointments

Whooping Cough Vaccination

There is a lot of whooping cough around at the moment and babies who are too young to start their vaccinations are at greatest risk.Expectant mothers can help protect their babies by getting themselves vaccinated against whooping cough from week 28 of their pregnancy.This leaflet describes the problem and what you need to do to help protect your baby from this serious disease.

Whooping Cough Vaccinations
This is recommended for all pregnant women from 28 week onwards.
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