To book your pregnancy with Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS trust you do not need to visit a GP.

After you submit this form a notice will appear on your screen confirming it has been submitted

Important pregnancy advice and information

Please read our Your Pregnancy, Your Choice leaflet or visit the Choosing where to have your baby page of our website to find out the options available to you.

It is recommended that all pregnant women take 400 micrograms of Folic acid in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy as well as 10 micrograms of Vitamin D throughout. Please visit here for more information on Vitamins and Supplements in Pregnancy.

If you have a BMI (Body Mass Index) of over 30, we advise that you take a higher dose of 5 milligrams of Folic Acid until your 12th week of pregnancy, you will need a prescription from your GP for this. Use the NHS BMI calculator here

Some women are advised to take aspirin during their pregnancy, your midwife or doctor will discuss this with you if necessary.

Please complete the form below to book your pregnancy with Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

You will need a working personal email address as we will send you information about your care electronically.

To book your pregnancy with Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS trust you do not need to visit a GP.

After you submit this form a notice will appear on your screen confirming it has been submitted

Important pregnancy advice and information

Please read our Your Pregnancy, Your Choice leaflet or visit the Choosing where to have your baby page of our website to find out the options available to you.

It is recommended that all pregnant women take 400 micrograms of Folic acid in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy as well as 10 micrograms of Vitamin D throughout. Please visit here for more information on Vitamins and Supplements in Pregnancy.

If you have a BMI (Body Mass Index) of over 30, we advise that you take a higher dose of 5 milligrams of Folic Acid until your 12th week of pregnancy, you will need a prescription from your GP for this. Use the NHS BMI calculator here

Some women are advised to take aspirin during their pregnancy, your midwife or doctor will discuss this with you if necessary.