Midwest Womens Healthcare

★★★★☆

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  • Midwives

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I had my daughter in Spring 2005, with the help of the midwives at Midwest Women's Healthcare/Midwest Midwifery. They were very helpful throughout my pregnancy, though, naturally, the three midwives there at the time did differ in their outlook. They did their best to empower me as a mother, having me take my own blood pressure, weight, do urine tests, etc---small things that truly make a big difference mentally. Unfortunately, they were not receptive to my wanting a specific midwife at the birth; however, luckily, that did not end up being an issue. The midwives' cesearean and induction rates are much lower than the practice's as a whole, and they are very low-intervention. Finding midwives who are able to deliver at a hospital is a rare thing indeed and provides a wonderful opportunity for a mother who wants to experience natural childbirth in a supportive environment, without the risks (small though they are) associated with an out-of-hospital delivery.

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I had my daughter in Spring 2005, with the help of the midwives at Midwest Women's Healthcare/Midwest Midwifery. They were very helpful throughout my pregnancy, though, naturally, the three midwives there at the time did differ in their outlook. They did their best to empower me as a mother, having me take my own blood pressure, weight, do urine tests, etc---small things that truly make a big difference mentally. Unfortunately, they were not receptive to my wanting a specific midwife at the birth; however, luckily, that did not end up being an issue. The midwives' cesearean and induction rates are much lower than the practice's as a whole, and they are very low-intervention. Finding midwives who are able to deliver at a hospital is a rare thing indeed and provides a wonderful opportunity for a mother who wants to experience natural childbirth in a supportive environment, without the risks (small though they are) associated with an out-of-hospital delivery.

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