The midwife is the specialist in physiological pregnancies. She has a five-year medical university education and can therefore monitor the beginning of your pregnancy until after delivery.
9 things your midwife can do for you
During your pregnancy, you will probably be followed by a midwife, but maybe you do not know what she can do for you ... Review before your next appointment.
What is possible to ask a midwife?
Prescription of drugs, work stoppage, declaration of pregnancy ... are you well aware of the skills of your midwife?
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Midwife or gynecologist, who to choose?
You are pregnant ! You wonder: who will take care of you during these nine months? Gynecologist-obstetrician or midwife? In fact, everything depends on the structure in which you wish to give birth and also on your state of health.
To know before choosing.
Video: pregnant, which specialist to turn to?
Midwife, gynecologist, doula ... to each its specificity and area of expertise. To make the right choice, listen to the advice of Francine Dauphin, midwife.
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Midwife and baby first aid
Just born, your toddler is cared for by the midwife. She gives him first aid, carries out a health check and the test for the Apgar score.
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Midwife: think about it after birth
Many mothers find the maternity stay too short to ask all their questions. As a result, when they go home with their baby, it's a little panic ... To avoid these chaotic beginnings, one solution: call a midwife.
Pregnancy follow-up: the strengths of midwives
If your pregnancy is safe, you can choose to be followed by a midwife. This care has many medical benefits. The explanations of Mathieu Morin, midwife.
Why choose a midwife?
Midwives and the Prado
The Prado is a service that allows you to leave maternity more quickly thanks to the follow-up of a midwife at home. How does the Prado work and who can claim it?
How to benefit?