SeeBaby Birth Option: Services
Shared Decision Making includes Shared Responsibility at See Baby Midwifery (SBM); awareness and mindfulness is our philosophy. Shared Decision Making is made possible thorough understanding of the risk/benefit, and more importantly a supportive process prenatally. Bring Birth Back With the support of the Midwives at SBM prenatally, and Doula support
550 Peachtree Street
Suite 1110 & 1165
Atlanta, GA 30308
SeeBaby Birth Options: Services
4 Things You Should Know About Your Due Date
- They are actually educated “Guess Dates”
- Only 4-5% of babies are born on her/his Due Date…
- “Post Term” refers to a pregnancy that extends to or beyond 42 weeks (not 40)
- Gestation rates for normal pregnancies can vary by up to five weeks!
Please call See Baby to discuss your unique VBAC options and expectations (404) 223-9306.
SeeBaby Midwifery provides physician support and backup for patients desiring a vaginal birth of twins. Please call SeeBaby to discuss your unique Vaginal Twin Birth options and expectations (404) 223-9306.
SeeBaby Midwifery provides physician support and backup for patients desiring vaginal breech delivery. Please call SeeBaby to discuss your unique Vaginal Breech Birth options and expectations (404) 223-9306.
For pictorial views of this birth option, please view SeeBaby’s FCC video below
SeeBaby Birth Options: Procedures
SeeBaby Birth Options: General Info
Yes, SeeBaby can accept women into our care late in their pregnancy. It is not uncommon for a woman to decide late in her pregnancy that she wants a Late Transfer for many different reasons. In the importance of Shared Decision Making and remaining flexible and open to changes in your labor, we’ve been thinking a lot about birth plans. More than ever, expectant mothers are investing considerable time and energy into crafting their birth plan and expanded the definition of options. Please call See Baby to discuss your unique Birth options and expectations (404) 223-9306.
We don’t necessarily advocate for one particular kind of birth over another. Quite the opposite; Dr. Bootstaylor has built his practice on a basis of helping mothers become informed and empowered about their pregnancy and birthing options, and works cooperatively with midwives and other care providers to give women and babies the most well-developed, comprehensive team to help support them to a healthy, safe, positive birth – in any setting! To find a Home Birth Midwife visit www.gamidwifery.org
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