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www.babycentre.co.uk/a544489/understanding-your-maternity-notes

Not all hospitals use the same maternity notes. To see an example of maternity ...

www.nct.org.uk/pregnancy/understanding-your-pregnancy-medical-notes

Find out about your maternity notes and pregnancy care; what do the ... NE, NEng, Not Eng (not engaged) or 'free' means that your baby's head is above your  ...

www.bounty.com/pregnancy-and-birth/pregnancy/scans-tests-and-screening/maternity-notes-abbreviations

Your maternity notes make for interesting reading (although once you've carried them around for ... What do all the abbreviations mean on my maternity notes?

babyandbump.momtastic.com/pregnancy-second-trimester/573806-understanding-your-maternity-green-notes-abbreviations-explained.html

G= Gravida means # of Pregnancy ... Palp - Palpable i.e. what can be felt .... Thank You, I found the FHHR on my notes and wondered what it ...

www.netmums.com/pregnancy/your-maternity-notes---decoded

Sep 20, 2016 ... So what does all the jargon actually mean? We've put your maternity notes under the microscope and interpreted those enigmatic squiggles ...

www.madeformums.com/pregnancy/your-antenatal-notes-explained/227.html

... are the main - and most important - record of every step of your pregnancy. So what do the mysterious terms that your midwife writes in your notes really mean? ... “I'll never forget the midwife telling me that if my baby's head didn't engage, ...

www.smababy.co.uk/pregnancy/understanding-maternity-notes

Maternity notes can be confusing. This guide will give you a better idea of what maternity notes are for and will help you ... What do my maternity notes mean?

www.tommys.org/pregnancy-information/im-pregnant/antenatal-care/your-antenatal-notes

Your pregnancy notes is a medical record that will have lots of information ... This refers to the position of your baby and means that his or her bottom or feet are ...

www.readysteadybaby.org.uk/glossary/index.aspx

Feb 15, 2012 ... Find out what pregnancy and birth terms mean that are used by health ... You may see 'FH heard' or 'FHH' on your notes - that means your baby's ... blocks the baby's exit, which would mean you need a caesarean section.