Not during my pregnancy but for the birth of ds2.
She was amazing. Completely on the ball, full of enthusiasm, encouraging.
I had complications once ds2 arrived and she stayed extremely calm. Although others had to become involved she stayed and held my hand until I had to go into theatre.
If I was to have another baby I would definitely welcome having a student midwife with me.
Good luck to the students in this thread
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03-12-2013 22:17 #21
03-12-2013 22:24 #22
For the birth yes. She was awesome. Delivered ds and announced we had a baby boy. She came back after her shift had finished to see how we were going. We really great having someone to chat to the whole time and she explained everything too. Next time I will organise to have a student follow the pregnancy too
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04-12-2013 00:38 #23
I had one throughout my pregnancy & she was just great. Came to all but 2 appointments, explained everything to me & answered all my questions, and was always available via phone or email.
Unfortunately she missed the birth as it was 2am when I had to call & tell her it was go time, and things moved very quickly after that. But as soon as visiting hours started, she was there to meet DD.
I would always recommend getting one!
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09-12-2013 03:50 #26
My student is wonderful- I engaged her to give us extra support and continuity. Very passionate and supportive and helpful with random questions. I'm considering whether to invite her to the birth; the hospital midwives are fantastic but being public, it's not 1:1 care, more like 1:2 so I'm glad to have the extra support.
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