Congratulations! The birth of your child is an experience unlike any other. During pregnancy, a series of unforgettable and priceless "first moments" take place. You will always remember the excitement of finding out you are pregnant, the first ultrasound and heartbeat. You will never forget the first kick, the first cry and the first time you held your baby.
At Bel Medic Maternity Hospital we believe that every birth is a unique experience and we are here to be your partner every step of the way. Our maternity hospital is fully adapted to meet the needs of both the mum and the baby. Whether you are a first-time or experienced mom, Bel Medic will provide you with a warm and nurturing environment to welcome your new baby into the world.
At Bel Medic, renowned gynecologists and obstetricians work in multidisciplinary teams with well-trained anesthesiologists, pediatric neonatologists and midwives. Using their expertise and modern diagnostic technology our team will provide you with personalized care plan and support. We want you to have a positive birth experience and that is why we allow your partner to be present during labor and delivery. From cutting the umbilical cord to bathing and dressing up the baby, your partner will be an active member in the childbirth process.
At Bel Medic Maternity Hospital we want to make sure that your first days following childbirth are truly special. In many hospitals, newborns are kept in nurseries after delivery. At Bel Medic you and your baby will be together from the start. Furthermore we offer beautiful, fully equipped and private apartments where a new born family can stay together.
We are aware that during childbirth your body is going through a lot of changes. During your stay at Bel Medic, our dedicated team of doctors and nurses will be at your disposal 24 /7. Moreover, a team of physiotherapists will provide postpartum massage to help you relax and heal faster.
Your health and safety are our priority.
Thank you for choosing Bel Medic
Planning a pregnancy is exciting, however it can also be overwhelming. Bel Medic is here to help you increase your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy pregnancy.
Talk to your doctor about how your pregnancy can be affected by:
Confirming your pregnancy
Your pregnancy is confirmed. What’s next?
First antenatal visit
Once your pregnancy is confirmed you should have your first full pregnancy check-up. First antenatal visit is usually done around 7-8 weeks into your pregnancy. During your visit the doctor will assess your overall health and address any concerns you may have. Together we will design the best birth plan for you, discuss labor pain management and delivery methods.
During your visit the doctor will:
Additional prenatal visits are conducted to detect:
Pregnancy, if it is not a high risk one, does not prevent you from exercising. If you were not physically active before pregnancy, it's the right time to do something good for yourself and your baby.
Emotional and mental well-being during pregnancy is important. Having a good pregnancy plan is important, however pregnancy can be unpredictable and plans can change in the last moment. Being prepared for both expected and unexpected situations will ease your mind and help you have a positive experience. Talk to your doctor about:
Our doctors will help you with any dilemmas or questions you may have.
Labor and delivery
It is time to bring your baby into this world. Our gynecologists and obstetricians work in multidisciplinary teams with well-trained anesthesiologists, pediatric neonatologists and midwives. Together we will take great care of you.
If you would like to have your partner with you in the delivery room, it is not a problem. At Bel Medic, we believe that the partner should also be an active member in the childbirth process.
We are here to help you have a memorable and stress-free birth experience.
Few things you should know about labor and delivery
There are 3 stages of labor:
Stage 1: Early labor and active labor
Early labor: Your contractions have started and your cervix begins to open up (dilate).
Active labor: Contractions frequency and intensity increases, cervix will dilate from 6 to 10cm.
Stage 2: The birth of your baby
Stage 3: Delivery of the placenta
Labor can be spontaneous or medically induced.
Medically induced labor