Holding your hand all the way along your journey.
Every pregnancy has its hurdles, chores, and worries. I am determined to guide you in all of that, along the way helping you as a couple with a variety of issues. The following is a list of services and care which I provide…
Support during Pregnancy. Face to face personalised scheduled time is provided with the parents-to-be to talk about concerns and needs. Full antenatal consultations and support
Actively present at the birth Care includes support and monitoring throughout the entire labour process. A variety of positions can be used to ensure comfort.
Follow- Up Care to Mum. Support is provided throughout the 6 week period and beyond. Postnatal care, breastfeeding support and assistance are always available. Assistance
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is the difference between a Midwife & OBGYN?
Midwifery led care: ● is for low risk births only, and differ from that of the OBGYN in terms of detailed ● ultrasound monitoring that is available from your OBGYN and sonographer only ● Scans may be done at my practice however this is midwifery scans and not diagnostic as above & charged for separately. The scans done at your back up Gynae is there to detect fetal anomalies, and concerns.
Q: What does an appointment with me entail?
Vital data observations: blood pressure, urine tests, weight, medical assessment, midwifery scans, discussion of the birth, birth preferences, concerns, and birth preparation: Investigations/Blood tests: There are a few tests that are important during your antenatal period. 1. Antenatal Bloods- These are the pregnancy wellness bloods that will be require for overall care and monitoring, this includes blood group, Iron levels, Hepatitis, Rubella, HIV (counselling given) 2. First Trimester screen or Triple Test (optional)- These are blood tests that are done at 12 weeks or 16 weeks, respectively. 3. Group B strep- done vaginally at 37 weeks to assess for the virus Strep B. I do not do postnatal home visits, but require you to please see me 3 days after the birth. All postnatal visits in the rooms within the first 2 weeks after birth will be done at no costs. If you require home visits please discuss it with me.