Pregnancy 0 to 14 weeks
Find out about keeping healthy and well during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.

0 - 14 weeks.pdf
Pregnancy 14 to 30 weeks
Find out about keeping healthy and well during the first 14 weeks of pregnancy.

14 to 30 weeks.pdf
Pregnancy 30 weeks onwards
Find out about keeping healthy and well from week 30 of your pregnancy until your baby is born. You’ll also find information about what you need to do to prepare for baby’s arrival.

30 weeks onwards.pdf
Screening tests and scans: weeks 0 - 14
During pregnancy you will be offered screening tests to check that you and your baby are healthy.

Screening tests and scans: weeks 0 - 14.pdf
Screening tests and scans: weeks 14 - 30
During pregnancy you will be offered screening tests to check that you and your baby are healthy.

Screening tests and scans: weeks 14 - 30.pdf
Screening and other tests and scans: week 30 onwards
During pregnancy you will be offered screening tests to check that you and your baby are healthy.

Screening and other tests and scans: week 30 onwards.pdf
Diabetes in pregnancy
Quick reference guide for health professionals on the screening, diagnosis and treatment of gestational diabetes in New Zealand.

Diabetes in pregnancy.pdf
Diabetes in pregnancy quick reference.pdf
Food and Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women
This background paper provides evidence-based population health advice for pregnant and breastfeeding women on healthy eating and being physically active. It is written for health practitioners and others who provide advice on nutrition and physical activity.

Food and nutrition guidelines.pdf
Questions and answers.pdf
Immunisation for Pregnant Women
Immunisation for Pregnant Women: Audience research with pregnant women

Immunisation for pregnant women.pdf
Keeping baby safe in bed: the first 6 weeks
Every year too many New Zealand babies die suddenly during sleep. Many of these deaths can be prevented.

Keep baby safe in bed first 6 weeks.pdf
Keeping baby safe in bed: 6 weeks to 6 months
Every year too many New Zealand babies die suddenly during sleep. Many of these deaths can be prevented.

Keep baby safe in bed 6 weeks to 6 months.pdf
Keeping baby safe in bed: 6 weeks to 12 months
Every year too many New Zealand babies die suddenly during sleep. Many of these deaths can be prevented.

Keep baby safe in bed 6 - 12 months.pdf
Breastfeeding
Breast milk is the perfect food for your baby and breastfeeding is perfect for you too. Find out why

Breastfeeding.pdf
Coping with a crying baby
All babies cry. Crying can mean hunger or a dirty or wet nappy, or they may just need a cuddle, a song, a walk or a ride to soothe them.

Coping with a crying baby.pdf
Checking your baby at birth and soon after
The birth check happens within a couple of hours of your baby being born. Your midwife (or specialist doctor) will check that your new baby is healthy and well.

Checking your baby at birth and soon after.pdf
Labour and Birth
Information about labour and birth.

Labour and Birth.pdf
Week 1 after the birth
Find out what you can expect in the first week after your baby is born – including how you may feel, your choices for the whenua/afterbirth (placenta), visits from whānau and friends, going home, and recovering from the birth.

Week 1 after the birth.pdf
After the birth: weeks 2–4
Find out what to expect in the first few weeks after baby is born – including how you may feel, getting out and about with your new baby, being referred to a Well Child Tamariki Ora service and enrolling with a general practice.

After the birth weeks 2-4.pdf
After the birth: weeks 4-6
Find out what to expect in the 4–6 weeks after baby is born, including the change in care from your midwife (or the midwife working on behalf of your specialist doctor) to a Well Child Tamariki Ora nurse and a doctor and practice nurse.

After the birth weeks 4-6.pdf