Congratulations on your pregnancy!

Finding out you're going to have a baby is incredibly exciting – and if you're like most mums, it also raises plenty of questions.

That's why we've created the HiPP Advice Centre. Here you’ll be able to find out all about your growing bump, as well as how to stay healthy for your new arrival and what to do after your baby arrives. Because we're parents ourselves, we know how confusing it can be when you're inundated with well-meaning advice from all and sundry, so we've kept things as simple and clear as possible – just the facts you need, from expert sources you can trust.

If you still have questions after reading, we're here to help! Just scroll to the bottom of any page in the Advice Centre to ask our expert panel for personalised advice

Fertility calculator

Getting pregnant is mainly a question of timing...

Due date calculator

As soon as you learn you're pregnant, your first question is likely to be "When will my baby arrive?" Our handy due date calculator will give you a pretty good idea!

Weight chart during pregnancy

Our calculator for weight gain during pregnancy...

How's your baby developing?

One of the most fascinating things about being pregnant is keeping track of how your little one is developing from week to week. You'll be amazed at what's going on inside your growing belly!

Pregnancy week by week calendar

We've put together a week by week guide to your pregnancy so you can find out how you and your baby are developing each week.

Looking after you and your baby

There's a lot you can do during your pregnancy to make sure you and your baby stay healthy. Here's all the info you'll need about eating well, allergies, prenatal testing, vaccinations, and more.

Getting ready for your arrival

Not long now! Download our helpful birth plan and baby & hospital checklist to make sure you have everything planned for your new arrival!

Free birth plan

Birth doesn't always go according to plan, of course - but it can be helpful to have a think about what you'd like to have happen, and what you'd prefer to avoid. Our free download will help you get started.

Postnatal support

Parenting a newborn can be confusing and exhausting - but a bit of assistance can make it all much easier.