All About Home Births

When deciding where to give birth more and more women are opting to have a home birth versus a hospital birth Women who are having normal pregnancies free from complications can choose this option. At home, you’re more comfortable, have more control and also have less restrictions than a hospital environment. If you decide to have a home birth, find a midwife to help you deliver your baby. The midwife will examine you regularly throughout your pregnancy and continue to see you even after the delivery. And in case there is an emergency, Midwives are trained to deal with complications- so not to worry.

To find out more about midwives and homebirths watch our interview with a midwife

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