- Options for genetic screening will be discussed at your first visit in the office
- There are free and private pay options available
- Some tests are time-sensitive and appropriate timing will be explained by your doctor
Most women who have had a caesarean birth can have a vaginal birth after a caesarean (VBAC) for their next pregnancy. Very few will need a caesarean birth for health reasons.
Not all parents feel comfortable with planning a VBAC. You may have heard that a repeat caesarean is safer or more common. However, both VBAC and planned caesarean may be healthy options depending on your circumstances.
'My Next Birth' assists to inform you about your options and helps you and your maternity care provider make decisions together about planning your next birth after you have had a caesarean. Please see the link below to access the decision tool.
- We get many questions about maternity leave
- Each workplace may have unique policies on benefits - please speak to your employer
- Here's some general information about EI maternity & parental benefits
We know that breastfeeding has amazing benefits for both moms and babes but that doesn't always mean it's easy! Our wonderful lactation consultant, Corrine, is here to help support you through some the challenges that may come up when working on breastfeeding to set you and your little one up for success.