antenatal

Gestational Diabetes Webinar

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is the development of diabetes in pregnancy, characterised by high blood glucose (sugar) levels. You won’t have any symptoms or feel ill with GDM, but your baby will be getting extra blood glucose and without careful monitoring from both you and your maternity team problems can arise.

 

This webinar is excluded from any discounts or offers. 

£5.00

How does it work?

  • Our webinars are hosted virtually via Zoom - so you will need a laptop/iPad/phone and an internet connection. You will be sent a Zoom link and password via email to access the webinar.

  • Each webinar will be 40 - 60 minutes long so you can join wherever you are, at home, in the garden or even in your lunch hour.

  • Each webinar is delivered live by one of our registered midwives and whilst classes aren't collaborative you will have the opportunity to submit questions during the webinar for answer at the end.

  • Our antenatal and postnatal classes are based on the latest evidence-based information, some of that information is only relevant to UK based maternity services and may not align with maternity services provided in other countries.

  • Bookings for this course are subject to our Terms and Conditions, including the Consumer Rights Act 2015, full details of which are available HERE

Why choose us?

100% midwife led

  • Our webinars are taught exclusively by registered midwives: experts in every area of maternity care. No one has more experience with the pregnancy and parenting journey than midwives.
  • Midwifery is a highly regulated profession ensuring unparalleled knowledge and experience. You can feel confident that the information provided is well rounded and evidence based.

helping you to enjoy the journey

  • What you will learn is modern, evidence based, practical and anti-fluff.
  • You will feel informed and confident in being able to make the right decisions for yourself and your baby during both pregnancy and birth.
  • We will help to replace any anxiety about the unknown of childbirth with excitement and anticipation for your birth.

what will

you learn?

  • What gestational diabetes is
  • How to manage gestational diabetes

FAQs

Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is the development of diabetes in pregnancy, characterised by high blood glucose (sugar) levels during your pregnancy.

GDM occurs during pregnancy when the hormone insulin is not being produced in the right amounts to match your body’s needs.

It can be worrying finding out that you have suddenly developed diabetes during your pregnancy, but in most cases, with changes to lifestyle it can be managed.

we have a number of delivery options depending on how quickly you would like to receive your order and where you need it to be sent

All orders received by 2pm will be dispatched the same day. Orders received after 2pm will be processed and dispatched the next working day.

Please note that our warehouse does not operate on weekends or bank holidays. All orders received after 2pm on a Friday will be dispatched on the following Monday, or the Tuesday of a bank holiday weekend.

Same day dispatch if ordered before 2pm Monday - Friday, £2.95 for all orders under £20

We offer Express delivery within the UK. Orders must be placed before 2pm Monday – Thursday to be dispatched the same day for delivery within the following 2 working day (before 17:00). Orders placed after 2 pm on a Friday will be dispatched on Monday.

Orders for guaranteed Saturday delivery must be placed between 2pm on Thursday and 2pm on Friday.

Please note orders placed prior to 2pm on a Thursday may be delivered on the next working day.

Saturday delivery will take place between 9 - 17:00.

For free tracked delivery to the Republic of Ireland please visit www.myexpertmidwife.ie

We offer European and International Tracked/Signed For Delivery.

International deliveries to some countries continue to face short delays, particularly where there are a lack of available transport links and in some countries suspension of postal operations due to COVID-19. This is likely to lengthen the normal delivery timescales.

The number of countries affected is changing daily. For the most up to date information visit the Royal Mail’s International Incidents Bulletin