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Frequently Asked Questions

How long will I stay in the hospital after my delivery?

Usually a mother and baby stay an average of two days.

Who is allowed in the delivery room with me?

This decision is generally made in conjunction with the laboring mom, physician and nurse.

Will the baby be allowed to stay in the room with me or will he/she be in the nursery the whole time?

We encourage rooming in, or keeping your baby in your room, most of the time.

When should I come to the hospital?

  • If your water breaks or starts leaking
  • If full-term and having contractions every five minutes that are becoming progressively stronger
  • If pre-term and having contractions four or more per hour that do not go away with rest and hydration
  • If baby is not moving at least 10 times per hour
  • If you have any vaginal bleeding

The items listed are not all inclusive.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your physician and/or hospital.

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