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Are you pregnant?

Everyone has different reactions to finding out they’re pregnant. Some people will be delighted, while others will feel shocked or worried - and everybody will need time to think and accurate information about what to do next. The brook offers advice and information on a range of subjects you might have questions about, as well as contact details for people who can support and talk to you during this time.

Teenage pregnancy support guide. NHS Choices offers emotional and practical advice to support teenagers who are pregnant. They also provide a list of useful local and national organisations who can offer help and advice. Be sure to read The Young Woman’s Guide to Pregnancy, which was written by the charity Tommy’s especially for women under the age of 20, and includes the real pregnancy experiences of young mums.

Improving the physical and emotional health and wellbeing of expectant mothers, infants, children and young people throughout Aneurin Bevan University Health Board Area.

(N.B: The Family and Therapies team at ABUHB is NOT responsible for the content on the webpage links that we refer to in our resource sections and linked information to external sites. All information was accurate and appropriate at the time the webpage was created.)

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