Midwifery Services

Choosing the person to accompany you on the journey of your pregnancy is a big decision. I want you to feel confident that you are making the best choice. Initial consultations are always free. Early contact with a midwife provides you with valuable information in order to choose the midwife you feel will best suited for you during pregnancy.

Jaymee Boughton

Midwife/Founder

Additional lab work, ultrasounds, and childbirth education classes are not included. Lab fees and medically necessary ultrasounds are covered by health insurance.

Cash price for additional labs is approximately $75, ultrascreen $225, gender check (after 14weeks )$60.00 and a full anatomy scan $190.00

My global midwifery care fee varies for clientele based upon their birth history and proximity to the office. Considerable discounts are offered for patients paying in full prior to 20, 24 and 28 weeks and for those hiring an experienced doula for their delivery.

 

Informed Consent

Throughout your care with In Bloom Midwifery, you will be given opportunities to discuss options for the wide variety of prenatal screenings that are currently available through the standard medical maternity model of care.

Most tests or procedures that are available to pregnant women today carry with them likelihoods for further testing, treatments, or interventions that I will encourage you to consider prior to making your decisions. Risks and benefits usually exist for the choice to test or treat a condition, as well as the choice to decline testing or treatment.

My goal as your midwife is to provide you with all the information you need to make a decision that makes sense for you and your baby.

As new parents, you will soon become familiar with this process of interpreting outside information and combining it with your internal “parental knowing” as you make decisions about every aspect of your child’s life. Some important informed choice discussions in the prenatal and postpartum include:

WHAT IF I TRANSFER CARE IN LABOUR?

 

If it becomes necessary to transfer to the hospital in labour due to prolonged or a situation that becomes unsafe in the home environment, I will accompany you to the hospital.  Most midwives in Houston have a collaborative, usually seamless transport situation to a local Houston area hospital.

 

I will call the hospital’s labour and delivery unit beforehand so they will anticipate our arrival, and there is usually no need to go through the emergency room.  

 

At the hospital I help liaise between the hospital staff and clients, staying with my families until after the birth of the baby.  If desired, I will continue postpartum care as usual, assisting with breastfeeding and transitioning to parenthood.

 

Transporting to the hospital is usually not a “scary” or “dramatic” event in an emergency situation.  Often we just need more help for the baby to come out.  Transporting for additional birth assistance with a first time labour does not make it necessary for second babies to be born in the hospital.

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