Great support during your baby's birth puts anxiety on the back burner.
Even with a cesarean procedure, parents can benefit from professional doula support.
There's plenty of stigma related to cesarean births and we're setting out to change the conversation.
A doula can assist mothers in labor with birthing positions and comfort measures as they go into labor and comforting massage. Every birth experience can be stressful and having additional support can give expectant parents the peace of mind they need to feel confident and empowered as they welcome their new baby.
The Support You Need
All births deserve a great support system and a labor doula offers support for your entire family as you welcome your new addition. A doula helps you craft a customized birth plan and makes sure it's carried out the way you'd like. With a little extra organization you'll feel confident that you're understanding each step along the way to your child's birth and we'll work with your birth team to ensure you're receiving the care you need from labor to your first few hours postpartum.
Our care and support doesn't stop with your baby's big arrival. After your cesarean procedure, you'll be on a long road to recovery. Your labor doula can help you stay comfortable with your healing incision, facilitate breastfeeding and skin to skin bonding time with your little one.
We're there to take the stress off your entire family, acting as the bridge between you and your birth team to help you ease your nerves about your cesarean birth. From the very beginning, we can assist parents as they tour their hospital or birth center and meet their surgical team.
With your labor doula by your side, planing your cesarean birth is easier than you think.
Preparation is everything.
Just like any birth, your labor doula helps you prepare everything from A to Z before your baby's arrival. From finding the right birth center to helping you pack everything you need in your hospital overnight bag. We're here to help you every step of the way. Planning a C-Section doesn't mean you shouldn't have additional support to help make the process as efficient as possible. We're there to make sure you're comfortable and getting the physical and emotional support you need to start your recovery.