Our Services

Discover more about the services that Sage Femme provide

Sage Femme are based in London and offer Private Midwifery services throughout the city.

By practising outside of the NHS we can guarantee one-to-one care which will ensure that you feel nurtured and special during your pregnancy and never just part of a large machine.

A Unique Journey

All the research shows that one-to-one care will increase your chance of a normal birth,that your birth may be shorter and you will need less pain relief, you will have reduced chances of postnatal depression and are more likely to successfully breast-feed.

Your unique journey with Sage Femme includes Antenatal, Labour and Postnatal care that can be tailored for your individual needs during a free consultation.

We will listen to your hopes and expectations for your pregnancy and address any particular concerns you may have.

Our clinical practice is governed by the NMC (Nursing Midwifery Council).

Antenatal Care

Physical checks to ensure safe monitoring of your pregnancy and the growth and wellbeing of your baby Antenatal education covering a range of topics to prepare you for birth and early parenthood Getting to know your physical and emotional needs and understanding your birth preferences Answering all of your questions and addressing any concerns you have.

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Labour Care

Early labour home assessments when clinically appropriate Hospital birth care: support and advocacy throughout your labour and the immediate post birth period Home birth care: offering the option of waterbirth if appropriate. Two midwives will be present for the birth to help and support you.

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Postnatal Care

Full physical check of you and your baby – including weight checks and screening blood tests where necessary Support and help with infant feeding Advice on diet and rest to ensure optimum recovery Emotional support to reduce chances of and ensure early detection of postnatal depression Support to care for your newborn baby with guidance on skincare, temperature regulation and general newborn development.

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