Midwives have a key role in public health, with a great impact on the health of families and society, and we must work with awareness of this.

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Monitoring your pregnancy

In pregnancy, it is imperative to promote women's autonomy (Ministry of the Presidency, 2015) to protect and care for the wellbeing of mother and baby, maximising their safety, while increasing trust in the mother's physiology and instinctive behaviour to minimise unnecessary interventions.

Work with women during childbearing should always take into account the physical, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of childbirth, as the care provided by the midwife can determine the long-term physical consequences and emotional integrity of women and their families (Morton et al, 2019; Page, 2008).

Their experiences are influenced by the environment (Walsh, 2010) and the care provided by birth professionals (Morton et al, 2019; Sosa et al, 2018; Lyberg and Severinsson 2010; Nilsson et al, 2010; Eriksson et al, 2006; Fisher et al, 2006; Melender, 2006).

The varied, contrasted and updated information (Larsson, Larsson et al, 2019; Sandall  et al2016; Davison et al2015; Miller and Skinner, 2012; McCourt, 2006) advocacy for women and their desires (Ministry of the Presidency, 2015; Royal College of Midwives (RCM), 2008) and the continuum of care (Sosa et al, 2018; Perriman et al2018; National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), 2014) should always be present to build a relationship of mutual trust, minimising stress levels for both the mother and the baby (Larsson et al, 2019; Perriman et al, 2018; Foureur, 2008; Kightley, 2007). 

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Objectives and Methodology

As a midwife I consider myself a guardian of a woman's privacy and dignity. I aim to provide meticulous physical and verbal dialogue, understanding the sexuality inherent in each stage of motherhood, which in each woman will depend on her own physiology, anatomy, lived experiences (Buckley, 2009), expectations and cultural reality (Maggioni et al, 2006).

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What do I offer as a professional?

  • monthly scheduled visits at approximately 10, 16, 25, 28, 34, 34, 36, 38, 40, 41, 42 weeks of pregnancy
  • counselling at any time during pregnancy
  • counselling and support for pregnant mothers with previous traumatic births
  • assistance in the development of a birth plan
  • access to scientific evidence in order to make informed decisions
  • advice on childbirth and postpartum preparations
  • preparation for childbirth/pregnancy support in individual or group sessions


"I don't know if I can ever find a way to express all that you have transmitted to me in a few words. First of all I would like to tell you how grateful I am, it has been fantastic to meet you and I am honoured that you have shared your great knowledge with us. I come out of the classes, week after week, more and more focused and calm with the final process of pregnancy. Without a doubt, everything is becoming clearer and more enriching. The power of knowing is incredible. This is it, you have totally empowered me, I feel that I am very clear about what I want or don't want during the birth of my son and at the same time you have helped to awaken in me the mammal that we carry inside, the one that lets it flow and feels prepared for whatever may happen. Thank you infinite Imma, from the bottom of my heart".
Aina March
"It has been a very enriching course. An alternative to the typical pre-birth course. Much closer and more personalised. Led by a great professional with a spirit full of experience and knowledge. A close and decisive person who is worth listening to. A welcoming space where you can get to know the process of pregnancy and childbirth, to understand it and live it without fear and with the freedom and security that comes from knowing what is happening. Thanks to Imma for organising a course like this. Highly recommended"
"The childbirth preparation course given by Imma approached us, in a very respectful and scientifically based way, to everything related to childbirth and postpartum. We understood how the woman's physiology works, the rhythms of a normal birth, the establishment of lactation, the postpartum period and the important role of the couple in the whole process. In fact, it was a before and after, because in just a few sessions, and with the large amount of contrasted information that she provided us with, we were able to decide on the birth option and accompaniment that we wanted. We left this course confident, capable and informed to start walking the great journey of parenthood. We were extremely grateful for everything you offered us Imma!"

Pregnancy with a midwife

Contact me to clarify any doubts you may have, it will be a pleasure to help you resolve the concerns that arise in these important moments of our lives.

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