Newborn Stuff ChecklistChecklist for newborns
In order for your childbirth partners to be able to provide you with the best possible care, it is important that they take a refreshing break regularly. More than one birthing companion can make sure someone you know is with you all the while. When your work ends in the theater, you can only have one with you.
This is a big muscles that has to work really hard to open the uterine cavity or uterine throat. Labor pains are tough work and usually last many long hours from the first sign until your baby is delivered. When the work is in place, the streamlining becomes greater and lasts longer.
They help to widen the neck of the uterus and help your child to get into place for the delivery. More than anything else, many females dread the "pain" of labor, which can cause fears, tensions and the consumption of precious energies, which in turn can make work more difficult and stressful. Add your own clinic or your obstetrician, your spouse or obstetrician and your own clinic number which will be available when you get in touch with us.
Find out how to get to the birthplace or hospital, as you could arrive at any hour of the morning or evening. Learn more about birth preferences.
Aftercare - Saint Mary's Hospital
Once you have your infant, you will be taken to either station 48b or station 66. Hopefully you will find a cleaner and safer place at your station. There is a station head at each station; if you have any doubts during in-patient treatment or think that we could make a difference, we recommend that you raise awareness so that we can make sure your needs are catered for.
There is a matron contact staff when the executive is not on the job who can be approached to help. One of your partners or an alternate birth mate ( one adult only ) - 8.00 - 22.00. For all other guests - 10.00 - 20.00. No more than 4 guests, partners and kids, are permitted at the same day.
Because of the danger of infections we ask you not to bring any plants to the wards.