06.05.2021

Midwives counsel women at all stages of life

Midwives counsel women at all stages of life Not only do midwives deliver babies, today they also consult women of all ages on matters related to health. Midwives are reliable partners to gynaecologists, paediatricians and family physicians. East Tallinn Central Hospital Women’s Clinic midwife Annika Hommik also works at Jürgenson Family Medicine Centre, where she […]

29.04.2021

Parking changes for visitors to the Women’s Clinic

Parking changes for visitors to the Women’s Clinic Due to the move of East Tallinn Central Hospital Emergency Medicine Centre at Ravi Street to the temporary campus, there will be changes to the parking arrangement for visitors to the Women’s Clinic. Since the Emergency Medicine Centre will start operation in the temporary modular building erected […]

30.03.2021

Online Family School and exercise classes in April

Online Family School and exercise classes in April In addition to online classes, Family School will be starting exercise and yoga video classes for pregnant and postnatal women. Participation in classes is available through Webex. East Tallinn Central Hospital Physiotherapist Triin Jeršov will be conducting the pregnancy and postnatal exercise and discussion class. Pregnancy affects […]

17.03.2021

Endometriosis – a disease that affects many women

Endometriosis – a disease that affects a significant amount of women Women of fertile age might suffer from endometriosis that impairs their quality of life and about a quarter of women with this disease can have problems with getting pregnant. This is an under diagnosed disease as in many cases a woman has no complaints. […]

12.03.2021

Be mindful of your health when pregnant

Be mindful of your health when pregnant With the spread of the coronavirus reaching critical levels in Estonia, pregnant women and people close to them should be extra mindful of their health. As the population’s infection rates continue to climb, there are more cases of COVID-19 among pregnant women. According to Dr Brigita Tamm, Head […]

08.03.2021

4 March is HPV Awareness Day

4 March is HPV Awareness Day In the spirit of HPV awareness day celebrated on 4 March, here are some facts about the human papillomavirus, the illnesses it is linked to and its prevention through vaccination. Did you know: 70-80% of people are infected with a human papillomavirus or HPV during their lifetime. HPV spreads […]

03.03.2021

Today is dedicated to breastfeeding counselling

Today is dedicated to breastfeeding counselling Today, 3 March, is IBCLC Day. This is a chance to pay respects to all breastfeeding and lactation counsellors who support families and share their knowledge on breastfeeding. Pildil meie imetamisnõustajad Agnes, Helena ja Elina. Breast milk is the best gift a mother can give her baby at the […]

01.03.2021

Online Family School classes start in March

Online Family School classes start in March Family School will replace physical classrooms with online classes in Webex. Starting from March, you can conveniently follow online Family School classes with your computer or smartphone to help you adapt to pregnancy and prepare for childbirth and the post-delivery period. To register for online Family School classes, […]

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