Who’s Who in your Prenatal Team

 

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Here is a brief overview of the professionals who may be involved in your prenatal care and, in some instances, delivery. Studies find that care provided by midwives, family physicians and obstetricians is equally effective, although women are slightly more satisfied with care from midwives and family physicians. Obstetrician. Look for a physician who is board-certified in obstetrics/gynecology.

Your labor and delivery nurse, who will be with you the most throughout your delivery experience. After your baby is born, another team of nurses will step in to care for you and your little one, and help you get comfortable breastfeeding. An anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist, who specializes in providing safe and effective treatments to help you manage pain.

You may meet your health visitor before the birth of your baby and in the first few weeks after the birth. You may continue to see your health visitor or a member of the team at home, or at your child health clinic, Children’s Centre, health centre or GP surgery. Find a Children’s Centre near you. Dietitian.

A PT can help both before and/or after your breast surgeries to help improve possible side effects, optimize motor function and may reduce your risk of lymphedema. Physical Therapist An insurance case manager, telephonic case manager, a nurse case manager, or a patient navigator, is someone who can help you navigate your insurance coverage and. As you progress through labor, a labor and delivery nurse will be your support and communication line with the practitioner that will be delivering baby. She’ll be the one to check your progression and monitor baby as you dilate. You might have the same nurse throughout labor, or there could be one or more switches in staff due to shift.

Kaiser Permanente’s prenatal care teams deliver more than 90,000 babies a year. With our team, you’ll get great support throughout your pregnancy. In your time in the perinatal team what has been your greatest reward?

Jane: The opportunity to build strong therapeutic relationships with women. I consider it a privilege to be part of a family’s life at such an important time. Feedback that I have made a difference is a huge reward.

Many of the women we care for have had poor experiences. The PNMH Team will either advise on management and treatment or co-work with the existing mental health team, according to individual need and choice; Mothers under the age of 18 if significant perinatal mental illness dominates their presentation and they are likely to be the baby’s principal carer. The team approach to caring for patients includes many professionals performing a variety of specialized functions designed to meet the physical, emotional and psychological needs of the patient.

Certified nurse-midwives provide health care for women including: prenatal care, labor and delivery, post-partum care, routine gynecological. Tyler Boyd or Michael Gallup. Parris Campbell or Michael Pittman Jr.

Jalen Reagor or Brandon Aiyuk. Ezekiel Elliott or Alvin Kamara. Austin Ekeler or Miles Sanders.

Daniel Jones or Gardner.

List of related literature:

Stutchfield P, Whitaker R, Russell I, for the Antenatal Steroids for Term Elective Caesarean Section (ASTECS) Research Team.

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I interviewed midwives and doulas and chose my birth team.

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Maulik, Dev, and Ivica Zalud, Doppler Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (New York: Springer, 2005).

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Luke B, Brown MB, Misiunas R, Anderson E, Nugent C, van de Ven C, Burpee B, Gogliotti S (2003) Specialized Prenatal care and maternal and infant outcomes in twin pregnancy.

“Handbook of Nutrition and Pregnancy” by Carol J. Lammi-Keefe, E.A. Reese, Sarah C. Couch, Elliot Philipson
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by Carol J. Lammi-Keefe, E.A. Reese, et. al.
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Molina F, Nicolaides K. Ultrasound in labor and delivery.

“Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book” by Mark B Landon, Henry L Galan, Eric R. M. Jauniaux, Deborah A Driscoll, Vincenzo Berghella, William A Grobman, Sarah J Kilpatrick, Alison G Cahill
from Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies E-Book
by Mark B Landon, Henry L Galan, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2020

Gabbe SG, Niebyl JR, Simpson JL (eds): Obstetrics: Normal and Problem Pregnancies, 5th ed.

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The team at John Wiley & Sons, including Joanna Dingle, Anne Scanlan-Rohrer, Tom Kulesa, John LaVacca, Laura Abrams, Adria Giattino, Giana Milazzo, Tom Nery, Billy Ray, Valerie Zaborski, and Laurie Rosatone, has provided wonderful support and guidance, while also being great fun to work with.

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Dodd JM, Flenady VJ, Cincotta R, Crowther CA: Prenatal progesterone for prevention of preterm birth.

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These teams, working with a consultant obstetrician, will be responsible for the antenatal, intranatal, and postnatal care of the 15% of women who present with complications at booking or who develop them during pregnancy.

“Midwifery and the Medicalization of Childbirth: Comparative Perspectives” by Edwin R. Van Teijlingen, George W. Lowis, Peter McCaffery, Maureen Porter
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  • I did this for the first time yesterday and it was perfect, I have pulled up a little sore so you know it actually works and is enough. I’m at 22 weeks and I will continue with Amy �� thanks!!

  • Thank you for these! I’m 12 weeks and I want to continue working out. I miscarried last time and I have been blaming working out on the miscarriage. Irrational I know, but I wish I knew why!:'( thanks for being an inspiration even though you are post baby now!

  • Finally got to watch this. ❤️
    So amazing to be “with” you through your life journey. Been subscribed since your teacher days and been blessed by how much God has worked in you all these years. Excited to see more of you and your family. ❤️����

  • Aw Jen, Leo’s so precious! It’s been such a journey from watching your videos and now you’re a mom �� I’m so happy for you and Will! Looking forward to more motherhood videos ❤️

  • I’m 16 min in, where you explain the nurse’s dismissal and OH EM GEE! I got so annoyed because that was my experience as well. Went into sudden labor at 29 weeks and was given medication in to attempt to stall labor. Meanwhile, I’m having these horrible contractions but no one is listening to me. This went on for 3 DAYS! Finally fed up, I locked myself in the bathroom and thankfully, my husband called a doctor. She notified him and our nurses that I was indeed in labor and baby would arrive in about 5 min. She goes to check the cords attached to my belly, only to find out that they WEREN’T EVEN CONNECTED to the machine!!! I was in too much pain to retort back but 6 years later: I still get heated. I saw the nurses at the gym months later and they were apologetic but man! LISTEN TO MOMMA’s! Ok, now back to watching the rest of the video. Congrats on little Leo!

  • Did your you tube classes 4 years ago when l was pregnant with my 1st child. Now im back again with my 2nd and still loving ur workouts. This tym therz the Corona virus and being stuck indoors so l definitely need them more than l did the 1st tym. My sanity keeper

  • AHH!! Congratulations Jennifer and William!! Leo is so lucky to have both of you!! ��

    Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful story �� I cried like a baby and had to grab tissues to blow my nose �� Love your beautiful family and cant wait to hear more from you! ��

  • Thank you so much for sharing your experience. Wishing you a smooth recovery �� Would love to hear everything pregnancy, birth and baby related. Think this information is so valuable for new mommies. Thank you ��

  • Congrats! So funny how much you prepped.. I was similar about epidural but no specific breathing technique. Funny thing about birth.. My water broke and 3h later I went for a check and they sent me home, 4h later I could barely breath and they allowed me back because I screamed at them that I was not joking about my pain.. I was 7cm when I got in �� I was at 10cm 6h later but it took another 6h before our baby came out. ��
    I took epi after 9h of pain but it was one needle and on simple push but so good!
    Also hubby was told at the hospital to press my legs upwards while I had my contractions it helped so much. As for bathroom the midwife used catheters to empty me.. ��
    Hubby had read some and helped out so much during labour, he didn’t leave the room at all. Midwife also coached him.
    Honestly we just made it before covid broke out. I was in so much pain afterwards! I’d not survived wo my hubby there taking care of our baby boy. We had a room for ourselves during our stay, the postpartum was worse than labour.. I couldnt sit or walk for 6.5weeks. Go to toilet was like killing myself waaay worse than giving birth… I didn’t expect it to take so long just to be able to walk. All my friends have been up and about after birth so I was thinking I was alone in this.. Hope to hear more from you on this. Once again congrats! ��♥️

  • Wow!! It’s so interesting to hear how different labor and delivery care is in Korea vs US… even more so during COVID protocols. I’m 36 weeks and a ftm…. all the birth stories have me pretty scared of labor ���� but I can’t look away!!!!

    What’s 산후조리 like in Covid times? Since you don’t have family nearby, did you hire someone? My mom is near but she is an essential worker and never stopped working so now I think my husband and I are going to try to do postpartum alone and I’m just as scared of that as going into labor. Any tips for postpartum success?

  • How could you tell this story without crying or getting teary eyed while I’m here trying to hold back my tears? �� (single and never been pregnant)

  • Jennn congrats!! �� ���� ��
    Leo is so precious ����
    Thank you for sharing your birth story with us, many people don’t talk about what’s actually happening during childbirth and I think it’s extremely important!
    I relate so much.. my labor took 24 hours and the contractions for me were the most painful part�� I literally thought I’m gonna die. Unfortunately I couldn’t get epidural administered because of the hospital policy ( I gave birth in Japan ) but it was all worth it to see my baby girl arrive safely ����

  • This video is precious and it helped me to think through what I really want for my own pregnancy journey. I’m terrified of medical interventions but never thought about having a doula until you shared about your experience. Thank you sooo much for filming it.

  • Thank you so much Amy!! These videos are amazing i’m a little over 21 weeks and just started your videos. They are so encouraging and a great workout for me. it’s been hard to stay on top of a normal workout schedule being pregnant, to be honest I just want to lay down. Your videos have been a great inspiration for me, I workout with Amy at least 4 days a week now. Thank you again, I would encourage any pregnant Momma to do this.

  • Thank you for sharing your story Jen �� and I’d love to see a video about the post partum period. I’m waiting for my baby girl to arrive I passed week 40 already ��

  • Thank you for sharing your experience with us! Congratulations! Leo is so beautiful ❤️like his parents, you did an amazing job! I wish I could be as strong as you. I’ve been really feeling anxious thinking about having a baby. I feel like it would be more difficult as we get older but still want to have that experience regardless. Would love to hear more about your journey.