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Monday 28 September, 1pm - 2pm
How to take control of your pregnancy
As we celebrate the 150th anniversary of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson becoming the first woman to qualify as a doctor, we’ve asked one of UCLH’s leading consultants from our Elizabeth Garrett Anderson maternity wing to answer your questions on how to take control of your pregnancy and how research is shedding new light on prenatal medicine.
Dr Anna David is consultant in obstetrics and maternal/fetal medicine at UCLH and Reader at the Institute for Women's Health, UCL. As well as running regular clinics at the EGA wing, Anna leads research into fetal medicine and prenatal diagnosis, fetal therapy, prevention of preterm birth and ethical issues in obstetrics.
Anna will be online between 1pm and 2pm On Monday 28 September to answer your questions in the window below.