Learn more about caring for your baby at home
The first weeks with a newborn can be daunting. Having support can help this transition.
Your clinician will discuss options for your birth based on your unique history and situation
An episiotomy can help deliver the baby or prevent muscles and skin from tearing, but it is not needed for most births
Many women may have an option to try a vaginal birth after having a cesarean delivery
It can be a surreal experience to have the baby home with you. Know you can do it.
Learn about caring for your baby in the hospital
Learn more about options and preferences for your birth experience
Episiotomies are uncommon, but tearing can occur, especially with your first child
Learn about the various stages of labor