When to call

If you are worried, have concerns or persistent complaints, please contact us. You can always check in early or we can reassure you.

Emergencies, childbirth and worries

06-54 942 751

You can call the midwife on call when you are in labor or in case of emergency.

If the midwife does not respond:, call the buzzer 06-650 209 31.

Explanation buzzer:

  • Dial the Buzzer number 06-650 209 31
  • After the voicemail greeting, enter the phone number at which you can be reached
  • End with #
  • Free the line and we will call you back within 10 minutes
Are you worried and/or do you need contact; you can always call, no matter what stage of the delivery you are in.

During the entire pregnancy

  • You feel uneasy or concerned
  • Exhaustive vomiting
  • High fever
  • Vaginal blood loss

From 20 weeks onward

  • You experience headaches or vomiting
  • You suddenly retain a lot of moisture/edema
  • You see flashes of light
  • You experience ongoing pain in your upper stomach or back
  • You have a bad fall or if you bump your stomach
  • High fever
  • Vaginal blood loss

At 26 weeks pregnant and onwards, call us if

You do not feel the baby move as much as you are used to when resting.

Always up to 37 weeks

You feel uneasy or concerned, your water broke or you have abdominal pain or back pain that comes and goes, or you have vaginal blood loss

Additionally, call us immediately when you think you are in labor.

At 37 weeks pregnant and onwards, call us if

You are more than 37 weeks pregnant, check when to call under childbirth.

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