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Everything you Need to Ask your Out of Hospital Maternity Care Provider

Your Empowered Pregnancy begins today!

Equip yourself with the knowledge to make an informed decision regarding who you're out of hospital care provider is!

In this comprehensive guide, you will learn:

  • The difference between different types of midwives
  • 30 questions to ask your midwife
  • 30 explanations of the possible answers to those questions and what they might mean for you
  • 25 pages of information for you to help you make the best possible decision!

It is important for me to emphasize that pregnancy and birth are normal, natural, physiological processes which most often result in a healthy pregnancy and a smooth labor, birth and postpartum.

 Midwives play an active role in helping prevent complications and in keeping the course of pregnancy and birth normal and comfortable.

However, they are also well trained in recognizing, managing and treating complications should they occur.

Although these events are rare (because pregnant people and midwives working together do such a fabulous job), you are hiring a midwife to provide you with the best environment to support normal physiology, take care of you and baby and keep things safe.