White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre is a state of the art leisure centre, located in Abingdon. The centre offers a variety of facilities including: Newly refurbished gym, fitness class studio, group cycling studio, 8 lane swimming pool, teaching pool, 2 squash courts, 8 badminton court sports hall, sauna & steam room, 6 indoor tennis courts, 4 artificial grass courts & 6 green clay courts. The Centre provides highly-reputable junior and adult sports courses, and also offers a variety of kid’s activities including soft play, children’s birthday parties, swimming lessons and a holiday play scheme. We have a wide selection of memberships available with no long term contract, so whether you are looking for a full access membership or pay as you go access, we will find something suitable for you. We provide great facilities, a wide programme of activities and courses with friendly, helpful staff. All at affordable prices, ensuring we remain accessible to everyone.
Coronavirus Safety Tips For Pregnant Women
It is important that pregnant women follow important safety guidelines to prevent Coronavirus for her and her baby’s safety. This article lists the important resources for pregnant women: We understand you might be anxious during this time and will have a lot of questions, here is WHO answering all the important questions for pregnant women: WHO FAQS About Coronavirus And Pregnant Women Information from The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists for pregnant women and new mums. Guidance on social distancing for all vulnerable people including pregnant women Guidance for individuals and households with possible coronavirus infection Coronavirus Safety Tips For Pregnant Women Please maintain social distancing.Wash your hands regularly.Maintain proper hygiene.Use mask and gloves when going out.If you sneeze or cough, use your shoulder than hands.Make a habit to use all knobs/gates etc with your less dominant hand.Avoid unnecessary travels.Keep yourself quarantined at home.You need to go for all your antenatal appointments.If you are not feeling well speak to your healthcare provider.Stay hydrated.Follow a healthy routine while at home.Eat well, do not skip meals.Try meditation / Yoga, however, you need to speak to your healthcare provider before you start it.The walk is the best exercise. As you are unable […]
What you need to know about C-Section?
What is C-Section? A c-section or cesarean section is the delivery of the baby using surgery. A C-section is recommended if a vaginal birth is not possible or if it is not safe. What are the Causes of C-Section? A C-Section is usually done when: There is any complication in delivery. If you have any problem with placenta. If the mom’s health condition is very bad. If the mom had a previous cesarean. If you have infections in the birth canal. If it is a premature birth. If there is multiple pregnancy. If there is excessive vaginal bleeding. If there is any complication in the size or position of the baby. If the labor is not progressing. Is C-Section safe? In usual cases C-section is safe for both mom and baby. If there is any problem, C-section can be complicated. Some of the risks of c-section include: Excessive Bleeding Infection – There is chance of getting infection on wounds or womb in c-section. Blood clots in legs is commonly seen after C-section. In some cases there is a risk of small cuts on the baby. Normally with experienced doctors, you might not face such issues. Why do I need C-Section? […]
Ultrasound Scans In Pregnancy
Ultrasound scanning is carried in different stages of pregnancy to check the development of baby. It uses sound waves to create a picture of your baby in your womb. The power of the sound waves is very low so that it is safe for both mother and the baby. No special preparation is required for ultrasound scan. Scans will mostly be carried out by a sonographer. Partner or bystander is usually allowed during scanning. Complications in pregnancy can be detected by ultrasound. Sex of the baby can be determined during the scan but this depends on the policy of the hospital. An ultrasound cannot detect all problems a baby may have. There are two major scans that are done during your pregnancy. Rest all scans depend upon the requirement. Your doctor will advise you if they are required. Sometimes they are carried out during the end of your pregnancy to understand if everything is fine or there is any complication. Your First Ultrasound Scan: When is first ultrasound scan done? First ultrasound scan is done between 8-14 weeks of pregnancy. The first scan is also called dating scan. What you need to know about it? Ultrasound is a painless diagnosis […]