Bleeding in Pregnancy
Although bleeding in pregnancy can be very frightening for women, it is fairly common. It doesn’t always mean that there is a problem.
If you are under 20 weeks pregnant and experiencing vaginal bleeding please contact your GP (in working hours) or call NHS 111 out of hours. Click here for more information.
There are many different causes of bleeding in later pregnancy and these need to be investigated by your maternity hospital to monitor your baby to rule out any problems.
If something just doesn't feel right contact your local maternity team
East and North Hertfordshire (The Lister Hospital):
West Essex (The Princess Alexandra Hospital):
01279 444455, extension 2945
South and West Hertfordshire (Watford General Hospital):
For more information on local services please click here.