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Postnatal Care

We will work to make sure your own personal recovery goes smoothly, while your baby remains healthy and without complications.


Tips For Healthy Recovery

  • Get plenty of rest
  • Stay hydrated
  • Eat well and a balanced diet
  • Talk with others
  • Take showers and keep clean
  • Ask for help (meals, errands, etc)
  • Take light walks
  • Understand mood swings and depression can happen. Don’t hesitate to reach out for help.

Understanding the changes that come after childbirth.

After going through childbirth, it is essential that you recover both mentally and physically. As you are entering a chapter for your family and motherhood, there is often a period of adjustment needed.

We have seen thousands of women go through this process and we hope to be there for you during this time as well to answer any questions you may have. Beyond learning to care for your baby though, it is vital to care for yourself in this period.

Rest, recovery and proper nutrition can all be beneficial to your well-being, and there is no time more important to prioritize it than now. With us, we’ll be there to help guide you along the way.

When is the Postnatal Period?



Postnatal Period

6 to 8 weeks after

Our Postnatal & Postpartum Services

  • Safe pre-pregnancy assessment and counseling
  • Repeated early pregnancy loss for recurrent miscarriage
  • Early pregnancy genetic counseling for identifying birth defects and conditions
  • Low-risk pregnancy care with the expectation of normal uncomplicated birth
  • Pregnancy beyond 35 years of age with knowledge of the potential risks
  • High-risk pregnancy care for multiple pregnancies
  • Pregnancy complications from high blood pressure from pre-eclampsia or diabetes
  • Women with pre-existing medical problems such as thyroid disease, autoimmune disorders, kidney disease or cardiac disease
  • Operative obstetrics & caesarean section