The idea of having a baby in Spain may be daunting if you are unfamilar with how things work compared to in the UK, especially if this is your first pregnancy.
In the UK we take it for granted that we will always know someone who has had children to whom we can turn to for advice and tips but if you don't have that luxury you can use the info here to find the answers.
If you're thinking about having a baby it's never too early to be thinking about what you should be doing to give you and your baby the best chances.
Read on for tips and advice on preparing your body and mind for having a baby in Spain.
As far as your lifestyle is concerned, you should ideally be making plans and changes to your lifestyle as well as your partner's, around 3 - 6 months before getting pregnant. Lifestyle Changes should be evaluated and you should check different areas of your lifestyle to see that each area is conducive to the best possible conditions for a new life to begin.
To know when the best time of the month for you to conceive is, you should have an understanding of your own cycle and when your most fertile period of the month is.
Different methods of preconception contraception used could impact on when you could potentially fall pregnant. Read this section to find out more about contraception and your chances of conceiving.
Medication during pregnancy
Are you taking any medication that may affect your chances of conceiving? This section to find out more about medication and preconception and medication during pregnancy.
Pregnancy Health Check
Are you in good health and will your body be able and up to carrying a baby? This section covers pregnancy health checks and pre-baby checks you can have.