Birth Plans

The foundation for optimising your maternity care is to prepare for everything about labour, birth, life with a newborn and your recovery.  There is so much information available, but where do you start? Starting to research antenatal classes from week 24 will give you plenty of time to find one that gives you the best evidence and advice. Part of your planning may also include building a birth plan and understanding what your choices are. Our midwives have created and collated  lots of information and tips that will help you start thinking about what is right for you.

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At My Expert Midwife we are her to help you with our 5 steps to prepare and recover from childbirth, Step 1 is about preparing for labour and birth, ensuring you understand what choices you have and what is right for you.

To find out more about our 5 steps on how to prepare and recover from childbirth, follow this link.

Building your birth plan

Once you have gained the information from your antenatal classes, you can use it to make your birth plan. This will map out and inform those caring for you about what matters to you and what you want during your birth and recovery period. To help you think about what to include and how to build your plan, watch the video of our in-house midwives, who have lots advice and tips.

Hospital Bag Set

Our midwives have chosen these essential hospital bag products that will help you through labour, birth and those first few days and weeks postpartum. Presented in a premium and highly durable My Expert Midwife clear toiletries bag, making it easy to find what you need, when you need it.

Including looking after your perineum with Spritz for Bits and New Soak for Bits, best for breastfeeding and baby's bottoms with No Harm Nipple Balm and No Harm Bum Balm for baby, and Spritz to Uplift

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