Midwifery Care at Guirguis OBGYN Group

Midwifery Care at Guirguis OBGYN Group

Working with a midwife can make your pregnancy and childbirth experience much easier and more personalized.

At The Guirguis Obstetrics & Gynecology Group, our team of certified midwives focus on providing you with the highest quality of care throughout your pregnancy. Our midwives have extensive experience helping expectant mothers navigate their pregnancies and prepare for the experience of labor and childbirth.

If you’ve never considered working with a midwife, it’s time to find out more about how they can help make your pregnancy and delivery experience safer, more intimate, and more enjoyable.

What a midwife can do for you

The role of a midwife is to monitor all aspects of your pregnancy and provide guidance when needed to support the health of you and your baby.

In addition to the medical care they provide, our midwives also provide emotional support for you as you go through the different stages of pregnancy. Because pregnancy causes so many changes to your body in a relatively short period of time, it's essential that you have the support you need not only for your physical health but for your mental health, too.

After your baby comes into the world, your midwife can continue working with you in the early days as you adjust to life with a new baby.

Our midwives work closely with our obstetrics team to ensure everyone is on the same page regarding your health needs. If any concerns come up, they speak directly to your doctor to determine the next steps.

Choosing the right midwife for you

Typically, a midwife is a great option for pregnant women who have a low-risk pregnancy and require less medical intervention during labor and delivery. Choosing the right midwife for you is an extremely personal choice, so you should prepare in advance if you plan to work with a midwife.

We recommend that you meet with your potential midwife in the early stages of your pregnancy, so you have time to ensure they are a good match for you. Don’t be afraid to ask questions about their experience, their approach to care, and their goals for helping women through pregnancy and labor.

It’s important to remember that you may not click with every midwife you meet. This is a vital part of making the right decision. Because you’ll spend a lot of time and receive care under the midwife’s supervision, it’s essential that you find someone you feel like you can bond with.

The certified midwives on our team would be happy to meet with you to discuss your pregnancy and your labor and delivery plans. They work directly with our doctors to ensure you have everything you and your baby need over the course of nine months, so you can enjoy the experience fully.

To learn more about the benefits of working with a midwife, book an appointment online or over the phone with The Guirguis Obstetrics & Gynecology Group today.

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