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What signs should I look out for so I know when it’s all go?

Almost every woman giving birth for the first time is afraid of getting to the hospital too late. Usually first births take longer. It is very rare for a first time mother to experience a quick process before the birth.

 

If you have any questions or are unsure, you must call our midwives at any time. Otherwise, contact us if:

 

You are experiencing regular contractions every five minutes

Your waters have broken (release of amniotic fluid)

You are bleeding


Obstetrics See-Spital
Asylstrasse 19
8810 Horgen

geburtshilfe@see-spital.ch

Tel. Midwives:
044 728 17 00

Tel. Lactation consultant:
044 728 17 87

Classes:
kurse@see-spital.ch