Services & RATES

Your first step to starting your antenatal care starts here. Each mom who births with me, will be required to attend their antenatal consultations as per their schedule. This is to ensure you and your baby stay healthy. 

Starting your care

Pregnancy is an exciting time, and it can also also be daunting as you will have many questions, such as when to start your antenatal checkups, where to go for your scans and so on. Rest assured, as your midwife, I am your main caregiver and I will guide you every step of the way. You will be required to attend antenatal consultations as per a schedule, this is to ensure that you and your baby stay healthy. You will also be required to see an affiliated Ob/Gyn approximately two to three times in your pregnancy. The antenatal schedule is a guide and it may differ as per each expectant mother’s individual needs. 

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Pregnancy & Birth Resources


Some kind words shared by my past clients. It is such an honour to work with each and every family, past, present and future.

What to pack

Once you have reached your 34th week of pregnancy, you will need to pack your bag so that you are ready for your stay at the hospital. Packing your birth bag, or labour bag, is a lovely thing to do! Once your bag is packed, you can enjoy the last few weeks of your pregnancy until your baby arrives.

Doula Support

A doula offers emotional and physical support to a woman and her partner before, during and after childbirth. The role of the birth doula encompasses the non-medical aspects of care during childbirth. Doulas are trained and experienced in childbirth, while they have a good knowledge and awareness of the birth process, a doula does not support the mother in a medical role, that is the job of the midwife, or Ob/Gyn. Please ask me for a list of Doulas I work with.

Recommended Books

Choosing the right childbirth books to read is so very important. Not only can the books you choose provide you with factual information, but they can influence crucial decisions you make about birth.

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