The midwife, who is an obstetrician, will be interviewing you on the phone as part of her training.
She will be able to tell you how your baby might be born, what is in the bottle and when she will deliver.
She is able to give you a prognosis.
The midwife will be performing a procedure called an intra-uterine insemination (IUI).
This procedure allows you to give birth by inserting a small amount of your own sperm into the uterus.
You can get an IUI procedure at any obstetric clinic, but it’s most commonly done at a maternity home or GP surgery.
The process involves an incision in the uterus, which is then filled with a saline solution.
This helps to keep the sperm in place, which causes it to stay in the womb for about three days.
Once you’re able to take the baby out, it will be delivered by caesarean section.
A baby is usually born at 24 weeks, although it can be as early as 10 weeks.
The baby has its first few weeks of life very much like a baby born to a mother, so there will be plenty of opportunities to get to know the baby and learn about its development.
It can be very stressful to be a mum during the early months, especially if your baby is not fully formed yet.
You’ll also want to make sure that you’re healthy, happy and happy with the baby.
The Midwives’ Association of Ireland is encouraging women to start having an IUD in their first three months of pregnancy, so that they will be at greater risk of infection during this time.
You’ll also have the option of an IUVAC.
This is a type of intrauterine device which is used to remove the lining of the uterus to reduce the risk of ectopic pregnancy and ectopic fertilisation.
The IUVac will not prevent a pregnancy, but if your IUVacc is not used and you need to use it, you can continue to have a baby.
You won’t be able, however, to have an IUG or a C-section, which are the most common methods used in Ireland to deliver a baby through a caesarian section.
The best time to get an inseminated midwife is between 8 and 10 weeks into your pregnancy.
It is the first two weeks after your due date when you should have a check-up.
It’s not uncommon for the midwives to have to do a routine check-ups after that.
If you want an IUAC, you should ask your GP or midwife for advice and to make an appointment.
You should also take a pregnancy test once you have had your second insemonies and your pregnancy is healthy.