Hi, I am Marie.
I am a first year student Midwife at Monash University in Melbourne.
As part of my bachelor degree I have to complete a Continuity of Care experience in which I must follow accompany throughout their pregnancy.
This may include joining you in any of your antenatal, midwifery, obstetrician or GP appointments, and to the birth of your baby (if you are okay with it). I do not have to come to all appointments, just the ones you are comfortable with.
I can follow anyone who is around less than 20 weeks pregnant. If you live in Melbourne Australia and are interested please contact me! I would love to share this experience with you and you would help me get my degree.
Please email me on: email@example.com
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