After 40 weeks of planning and eager anticipation, we are committed to helping your baby arrive healthy and safe. Intermountain’s industry-leading obstetricians and midwives listen to your hopes and concerns, answer your questions, and help you prepare for labor and delivery. We partner with you to develop a birth plan tailored specifically to you, whether it includes an epidural, natural birth, or a cesarean delivery.

However, we understand that deliveries may not always go as planned. You can take comfort knowing that you and your family are surrounded by state-of-the-art resources and expert medical specialists committed to you and your baby’s wellbeing. 

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Signs and Symptoms of Labor

Learn about different signs and symptoms you might experience during your labor.

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Arriving at the Hospital

Learn about what to expect when you arrive and check in and find suggested items to bring to the hospital.

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Elective Induction

Find information and statistics about elective induction.

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Managing Pain

It is important to discuss your options with your healthcare provider to determine your preference about pain management prior to the onset of labor.

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Your Birth Experience at Intermountain

Learn more about what to expect during your birth experience at Intermountain.

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After Delivery

Learn more about what to expect after delivery while in the hospital and once you return home.

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Research and News

Intermountain Healthcare is at the forefront in researching new techniques and technologies in providing the best care possible for women & newborns.