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Meet Your Doula, Kevilynn

Pregnancy is an exciting time, but it can also be an overwhelming one. You have so much to think about: when to tell people, how to plan for the future, and what to do once your bundle of joy arrives. You may not have a lot of friends or family members who can give you advice on what to do when you're pregnant or after the baby is born.

As a mother of three beautiful girls, I understand that feeling and highly recommend every woman to have a doula. 


A doula is a trained professional who offers physical, emotional, and informational support to you and your partner before, during, and after pregnancy. Their role can be invaluable in helping you feel confident and prepared for a positive birth experience. Your doula will help you navigate the system, advocate for you and your baby, and understand how to make informed decisions about what is best for you. Doulas can support you at home, in a birth center, or even at the hospital (though they don't provide any medical assistance). That said, your OBGYN is still responsible for ensuring everything goes smoothly!

The Role of a Doula
  • Supports families before, during, and after pregnancy—and even birth.

  • Provide continuous physical, emotional, informational, and educational support throughout labor, delivery, postpartum care, breastfeeding, and beyond.

  • Provide information about your options and advocate for you when needed.

  • Coordinate prenatal resources to achieve optimal health in pregnancy and childbirth.

  • Relieve the pressure on the birth partner to be the sole support for their partner during labor and delivery.

The Benefits of a Doula
  • Achieve a more comfortable birth with less fear

  • Shortened length of labor

  • Less pain medication and a decrease in the use of epidurals

  • Fewer assisted births with forceps or vacuum

  • The decreased rate of Cesarean Birth

  • Reduces the rate of postpartum depression

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