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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a doula? Do I really need one?

A doula is a trained professional who provides continuous physical, emotional and informational support to their client before, during and shortly after childbirth to help them achieve the healthiest, most satisfying experience possible. Countless scientific trials examining doula care demonstrate remarkably improved physical and psychological outcomes for both pregnant, birthing, and postpartum people and their baby.

Can't my partner or best friend be my doula?

If your partner will be with you during labor, they are already fulfilling a very important role. They are the person in the room who knows you, and your preferences, best. They are bringing an amazing tool to your labor - their love and support. But they are not your doula. A doula is an impartial third party that can support both of you during your labor. Most partners will experience a range of emotions during labor, from joy and excitement to fear and nervousness. It is very difficult for someone to fully support you when they are managing their own intense emotions in a stressful setting. A doula can help you both navigate your emotions and any guide you through any unexpected changes to your birth plan, allowing your partner to be fully present with you as your partner instead of as your birth attendant.

When is the best time to hire my doula?

The sooner, the better! If you already know that you want to include a doula on your birth support team, it's a good idea to book as soon as you've made your decision. My calendar may fill quickly, and there may not be space if you choose to wait! Not only does early booking secure your doula, but it also gives you even longer to benefit from prenatal doula support, begin learning and planning, and for us to really get to know each other well before your big day. Usually, around 19-23 weeks is a great time to hire your doula.

What if I choose to have an epidural, or C-Section?

Doulas support ALL births. Doulas do not have any agenda and offer non-judgmental support. A doula's job is to help you make choices that are right for you - what those choices end up being are not important, so long as they are yours. Doulas are trained to support all kinds of births - at home, in the hospital, with midwives or doctors, medication free or with pain medication, vaginal or caesarean.

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 I am a full  spectrum Doula and would be happy to accompany you at any stage of your pregnancy.

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