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Noticeboard

9/10/2019 - 18/10/2019

We are short of appointments for the next two weeks and can only offer appointments for acute conditions.  If you have an issue which is routine or you are looking for a follow up appointment you may be asked to contact us later in the month.  There will also be days when we are only able to see medical emergencies, please work with us to ensure any patients who need to be seen are able to do so.  The lines are very busy at 8am and we ask that you only phone between 8am and 9am if you have a medical emergency which needs to be seen that day.  We may be able to offer an appointment with another HCP (health care professional) who can assist you so please do not be offended if a receptionist asks for some details of your illness. 

Repeat medication

If you need to order repeat medication please call our dedicated answering machine number 01356 624411 and select option 3 or use the prescription box at the reception desk or email brechinprescriptions.tayside@nhs.net or use this website.

Pregnancy Care in Scotland

RSBApp3.png Ready Steady Baby! helps you get ready for parenthood by taking you through the whole of your pregnancy from the early symptoms, through the antenatal care you will receive and on to advice on how to get through labour and the birth.

It provides a rough guide on maternity leave and benefits and can help you with the care of your baby for the first 12 months.

Trying for a baby

You’ve made the decision to try to for a baby. This section tells you how to get your body ready for pregnancy to keep you healthy, how to give your baby the best start in life, and how to improve your chances of getting pregnant. 

Your pregnancy

Find out everything you need to know about getting yourself as prepared as possible for becoming a parent and giving your baby the best start. . . 

baby2Labour and birth

Knowing what may happen during labour will help you feel prepared. Labour is different for every woman – and often for every baby she has. Health professionals describe it as being in three stages. Knowing what is likely to happen during each stage will help you plan and prepare for your baby's arrival – something you may feel both excited and nervous about at the same time. 

First days together

In the first few days after the birth, you and your new baby are getting to know each other. There’s a huge amount to learn – find out more about the best way to feed your baby, what practical steps you will need to take, and how you may be feeling.  

Growing together

Being a parent is exciting – but at times you may feel anxious. Here you can learn about what to expect from your growing baby, as well as information on immunisations, postnatal depression and weaning.  

http://www.readysteadybaby.org.uk/



 
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