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Workshops

Prenatal workshops fully in English so that you can build the path to the experience you wish to live

Workshop: Options for the birth

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​​modality: online

cost: RD$1,500

We've heard of a "birth plan" as a tool to communicate your preferences for labor, delivery, and immediate care to those who will be involved in your baby's birth, but the word "plan" has a connotation of " control" which is far from reality, because birth is not something we can control. However, we do get to choose how we want to handle it and the care and support of the team we have selected.

 

But, how to choose the options that you would prefer if you do not know them?

 

The first thing is to clearly define your priorities, what for you has an indescribable value. Next, it's imperative to know what options are available (which are often not obvious and tend to depend on the obstetrician, pediatrician, and clinic you've chosen). And finally, also know the options in case the scenario is not what you expected, so that you feel safe and calm that even in the face of unforeseen events YOU make the decisions that you consider best for you and your baby.

Workshop: Logistics and birth costs

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​​modality: online

cost: RD$1,500

Prepare ahead of time and simplify things so that day you can be relaxed and focus on what really matters.

In this workshop we will clearly explain a series of small details that are often not mentioned before birth, from possible unexpected changes in medical fees to routine tests and procedures that are not reported until after giving birth.

 

We will also address different protocols in different clinics and hospitals on admission / admission, management of the patient in labor, birth and newborn care, so you can prepare in advance!

Workshop: Complications in pregnancy and labor

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​​modality: online

cost: RD$1,500

We've heard of a "birth plan" as a tool to communicate your preferences for labor, delivery, and immediate care to those who will be involved in your baby's birth, but the word "plan" has a connotation of " control" which is far from reality, because birth is not something we can control. However, we do get to choose how we want to handle it and the care and support of the team we have selected.

 

But, how to choose the options that you would prefer if you do not know them?

 

The first thing is to clearly define your priorities, what for you has an indescribable value. Next, it's imperative to know what options are available (which are often not obvious and tend to depend on the obstetrician, pediatrician, and clinic you've chosen). And finally, also know the options in case the scenario is not what you expected, so that you feel safe and calm that even in the face of unforeseen events YOU make the decisions that you consider best for you and your baby.

Workshop: Labor at home

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​​modality: online

cost: RD$1,500

Have you heard of cases of women in labor who come to the clinic and things like this happen to them?
- are returned to their home due to poor dilation upon arrival
- they were admitted with little dilation and "helped" her to speed up the process even though they preferred not to have unnecessary interventions
- once admitted to the clinic they did not know what to do and they went through a very uncomfortable process
- the labor "did not progress" in X hours and for that reason they had a caesarean section

For women who have chosen to deliver at the clinic, who are in good health with healthy pregnancies and healthy babies, perform the first part of labor at home and go to the clinic when you are in the active can prevent the above from happening.