High Risk Pregnancies and Delivery
Family Focused Care in Jineart Women's Health starts with preparing you for the arrival of your new family member with pregnancy tracking, information and education programs, and other services. And after birth, it provides constant information and education to meet the needs of you and your baby.
Preparation for Birth
MoM's Club and MoM's Camp offer birth preparation courses given by our obstetrician, certified birth education midwives and physiotherapists to prepare our expectant mothers and fathers for the birth. Our breastfeeding consultants teach lessons on breastfeeding and the basics of newborn care. We recommend that you enroll in classes during the sixth month of your pregnancy (24 to 28 weeks).
Women who experience bleeding in late pregnancy, are at risk of preterm labor, or have certain medical conditions, such as preeclampsia, may need inpatient treatment before delivery. The Maternal-Fetal Medicine Department offers assessment and treatment services in our modern Connors Gynecology and Neonatal Center where women can stay until birth. Find out more about our antenatal care services.
Labor and Birth
After check-in to the center where the birth will take place, the delivery room with special lighting and equipment including delivery bed, rocking chair, television, private shower and sofa bed
you will be admitted. Some rooms have hydrotherapy tubs for childbirth and are available for patients who meet certain criteria.
A maternity nurse or midwife will be with you throughout your birth for medical care and support. In the event of a planned cesarean delivery or a vaginal delivery returning to a cesarean section, you will be taken to the operating room. For many women and their partners, the cesarean section has been modified to optimize the "golden hour" that newborns and parents establish early bonds with.
Pain Reduction During Delivery
Your child's birth is one of the most important experiences in your life
We are aware that it will happen, so we are committed to making this event as safe and comfortable as possible. Anesthesiologists at the center where your delivery will take place will inform you about the different types of anesthesia that can be given during labor and delivery, including inhaled nitrous oxide, intravenous or intramuscular drugs, and regional anesthetics such as epidural anesthesia or spinal anesthesia.
MoM's Club is committed to developing the most suitable birth plan for every expectant mother, including families who choose not to use pain medication during childbirth. Your obstetric care team will answer all your questions and work with you to create the best delivery plan for you. Non-drug pain relief options include:
Hydrotherapy or immersion in a birthing tub
Ambulation or walking
Hypnotherapy or the use of mental images
Use of doula or birth support coach
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean
Although cesarean delivery is generally recommended for high-risk pregnant women, our aim is for women to give vaginal delivery. This may be possible even if the previous delivery was cesarean.
More about Post-Cesarean Vaginal Birth (VBAC)