After your first few visits with your family doctor its best to look into the care you envision for your growing family. Firstly, being a baby lover, and a mommy myself at April McColeman Photography. I have put together a list with some prenatal research for you all in one place. First thing I believe is important is to figure out what kind of care to get for your pregnancy and through your delivery and consider post birth support as well! Who knew there were different options? Create a Master list of questions or concerns you may have. Then go meet them in person, see how you bond, do you envision a birth this this health care provider?
- Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologist of Canada
- Often Family Doctors can recommend a OB/GYN for you.
- Midwifery Care of Ontario
- Family Doctors can also recommend a midwife for you.
Do you live in Ottawa and searching for a midwife? Search here:
- Community Midwives of Ottawa http://ottawamidwives.ca
- East Ottawa Midwives https://www.eastottawamidwives.com
- Generations Midwifery Care https://generationsmidwifery.ca
- Midwifery Collective of Ottawa http://www.midwiferycollective.com
- Midwifery Group of Ottawa http://www.midwiferygroupofottawa.com
- Ottawa South Midwives http://www.ottawasouthmidwives.com
Early prenatal care and education is very important for both mother and baby. I encourage mothers and partners to review the information and activities available to smooth your transition to motherhood.
- Having a Baby
- Prenatal Classes With MotherWit Birth Essential Group
- Prenatal Classes With The Ottawa General Hospital
- Prenatal Breastfeeding classes at Milk Face
- New Dads Manual
- Healthy Sleep for New and Expecting Parents
- Prenatal Nutrition – Health Canada
- Pregnancy Depression *Always contact a loved one or a health care professional if you have any concerns and needing support! You are not alone when you feel like this.
- Medications – Ask the experts at Mother to baby
- Healthy Pregnancy tips and advice with Omama
- Nausea and Vomiting is never fun, here are some tips to help you
- Prenatal Screening in Ontario
Certainly, if you know of other information you think would be helpful to mothers please contact me and let me know!
In conclusion, if you have specific healthcare concerns or questions about the research displayed, please contact your licensed healthcare professional for advice or answers.