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Phone: (07) 3332 1999

Fax: (07) 3332 1990

reception@evehealth.com.au

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Spring Hill

55 Little Edward Street
Spring Hill QLD 4000
Level 1 Boundary Court
Level 2 Leichhardt Court

Opening Hours

8:00am – 5:00pm
Monday to Friday

(With some early and after hours appointments as well as Saturday morning available)

Brookwater

Brookwater Specialist Suites
Mater Health Centre
2 Tournament Drive
Brookwater QLD 4300

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  • For Eve Health Media and Marketing enquiries please email marketing@evehealth.com.au

 For after hours emergency care please phone 000, or for patients who are pregnant phone the Mater Pregnancy Assessment Centre on 07 3163 8800 or The Wesley Hospital Labour Ward on 07 3232 7221.

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TWIN FACTS
Fraternal twins: two eggs are released during ovulation.
Identical twins: one egg is released and splits into two.

Women who have a family history of fraternal twins have a much higher chance of conceiving twins. The sperm has no say in this instance.

Image of big sister Eva with twin siblings Ella and Summer.
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📢 Calling all Eve families with babies up to 5 months old 📢

A reminder that our first Eve Parent's Group of the year will take place tomorrow (Tuesday 21 January) from 9.30am to 11.30am at Victoria Park Golf Club Bistro in Herston.

Our midwife Laurie Hearley is looking forward to welcoming our wonderful parents and babies for a fun and relaxing morning where mothers and fathers can make new friends and let their babes enjoy tummy time on our large baby mat. Laurie is also on hand to offer advice and discuss parenting concerns that may come up.

If you would like to join us, you are welcome to register your interest via the link below, or just come along and introduce yourself – we would love to meet you!

https://evehealth.com.au/events/parents-group-meetup/
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What were your early pregnancy tell-tale symptoms? 👇

Cravings | Distaste | Breast tenderness or enlargement | Fatigue | Nausea or morning sickness | Missed period | Passing urine more frequently?

www.evehealth.com.au/pregnancy-care/
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Our midwife Laurie Hearley shares a blog of advice on newborn sleep expectations. 😴

https://evehealth.com.au/newborn-sleep-basics/
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At what age were you diagnosed with endometriosis?

Endometriosis is a common gynaecological condition that can present with many different symptoms. Our doctors are skilled in the laparoscopic management of all stages of endometriosis including resection of severe endometriosis.👇

www.evehealth.com.au/gynaecology/gynaecological-surgery/
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DID YOU KNOW - sleeping on your side during pregnancy is thought to maximise blood flow and oxygen to your growing baby.

Research shows that come your third trimester, initiate sleep on your side. If you wake up on your back, don't panic, just roll-over onto your side again.

We believe in the importance of sharing knowledge about safe pregnancy in our community. Here is a helpful video from an Australian charity Still Aware.

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Safe Sleep in Pregnancy #SleepOnSide
Research has shown that in the third trimester (after 28 weeks of pregnancy) going to sleep on your back increases your risk of stillbirth. As the link has n...
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