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    Medeor Mater is designed to help you take control of your health and give birth to healthy, happy babies.

    Pregnancy is a time of new beginnings. It’s a time for you to dream about the future and plan for your family. But it can also be a time of stress, anxiety, and uncertainty. That’s why we’re here for you! We want to help you prepare for the best possible outcome and make the most of this important milestone in your life.

    Our program is designed to provide you with all the information you need about pregnancy so that you feel confident and prepared for what lies ahead. You will get personalized care from highly-skilled doctors dedicated to helping every patient achieve the best possible outcomes during pregnancy, childbirth, and beyond!


    Mom-To-Be – AED 2,500

    C-Section Including Baby – AED 10,000

    Normal Delivery Package – AED 8,500

    Our Services

    Maternal Education Classes


    Maternal Education Classes

    We will provide you with essential information on our monthly group online classes and one-to-one private sessions. Including,

    • Your pregnancy; trimesters & how to cope with symptoms
    • The importance of regular clinical check-ups
    • Recognizing warning signs and ways to respond
    • What to expect during labor
    • Postpartum and infant care

    Nutrition for a Healthy Pregnancy


    Nutrition for a Healthy Pregnancy

    Are you gaining a lot of weight quickly? Confused about what to eat and what to not eat during pregnancy? A healthy diet during pregnancy helps prevent cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and diabetes later in your baby’s life. As a part of this program, you will have complimentary visits with our dietitian to discuss your concerns and get an individual healthy diet plan.

    Exercise during Pregnancy


    Exercise during Pregnancy

    Exercise during pregnancy depends mainly on your fitness level, which trimester you’re in, and how you’re feeling. Our expert Physiotherapists will provide you with essential information on our monthly group online classes. They will also help you do perineal and pelvic floor exercises to strengthen your pelvic muscles.

    Birth Planning


    Birth Planning

    A birth plan is a plan that communicates your wishes and goals before, during, and after labor and delivery. Our expert medical team will help design your birthing plan and list all your preferences, and work with your doctor and our labor team to include them during your delivery.

    Postnatal Support


    Postnatal Support

    Having a new baby is not easy, especially if you are a first-time mother. You will have many questions and worries; our hotline for post-delivery support is 24X7. You can call us on 056 401 1399 and ask the expert nurses for advice.

    Lactation Support


    Postnatal Support

    Medeor Hospital is a child-friendly hospital. We will support you in feeding your baby during your hospital stay. If you still face difficulties feeding your baby post-delivery, you can visit us or request an online appointment with our medical team, who will be able to assist you.

    Mental Health Support


    Mental Health Support

    Postnatal anxiety is common, and many mothers experience anxiety and depression post-delivery. More than 1 in 7 new mums and 1 in 10 new dads experience postnatal depression. It can be disturbing as you try to deal with the symptoms and take care of a new baby.

    We are here for you. Speak to your gynecologist during the post-delivery consultation, and, if needed, she will refer you to our psychiatrist for a free assessment.

    Birth Companion Services – Doula


    Birth Companion Services – Doula

    Medeor Mater also offers birth companion services to mothers. Our main goal is to assist mothers in managing the discomforts of labor by providing extra support and assistance.

    A Birth Companion or a “Doula” is a specially trained birth assistant who offers continuous care for you and your partner while you are in labor. The Doulas also provide prenatal education at our complimentary weekly online group sessions, and if you wish to have a doula during your delivery, there are different affordable packages.

    You are also welcome to invite your birth companion “Doula” of your choice to assist you during your delivery, or we can recommend to you one of our approved doulas.

    Advantages of Birthing at Medeor


    Advantages of Birthing at Medeor

    It’s the safest option. If you’re at high risk, it’s a safe childbirth environment for you and your baby. Our consultants have vast experience in high-risk pregnancy and can handle unforeseen complications during labor. Our Neonatology department is a level 3 NICU and accepts premature babies from 24 weeks.

    It offers state-of-the-art- technology, and our expert neonatologists are available 24X7 should your baby need immediate medical care. You have easy access to pain relief. Our Anesthesiologists are always available to provide pain relief medications as you request, including epidurals.

    Our family-friendly labor and delivery ward will allow you to relax during your delivery & have the best possible experience. Our luxurious private rooms are contemporary with sleek designs and offer spacious comfort at 20-30 sqm, including a large bathroom. Our Royal VIP suites are beautifully furnished with modern colors and include living areas to provide the whole royal experience for you and your family.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Can I take my regular cough/cold/fever medicines when pregnant?

    If you are pregnant and suffer from any of the following: cold, cough, fever, or nausea, it is best to consult your doctor before consuming any medication. Your doctor could advise which medication is appropriate as per your trimester. 

    Do I need to change my diet during my pregnancy?

    It is important to remember that during pregnancy, the diet you eat nourishes and supports your baby’s growth and development. Pregnant mothers need a well-balanced diet that meets their nutritional needs, especially one with lower levels of sugar, salt, and saturated fats.  

    While it’s normal to crave and gain weight during pregnancy, gaining too much or too little could increase the risk of problems. You can also discuss your diet requirements in detail with our dietician. To book an appointment, visit

    I am having very severe cramps while pregnant; what should I do?

    Cramping occurs in all three trimesters and often results from normal changes during your baby’s development. If you experience minor cramps, try changing your position or doing some relaxation exercises. However, if the cramps don’t go away or are accompanied by vaginal bleeding, report it to your doctor immediately.  

    What can I do about my constipation during the pregnancy?

    Your pregnancy hormones make it difficult for you to have a bowel movement, but you can increase your fluid intake to ease yourself. You can also have a fiber-rich diet and perform simple exercises (per your doctor’s advice). If the problem persists and you need a laxative to get relief, only do so after consulting with your doctor. 

    You can consult our dietician if you need additional help with your diet. To book an appointment, visit 

    Does stress affect my pregnancy?

    During pregnancy, it is normal to feel some amount of stress. However, too much stress can increase the chances of having a premature or low birth-weight baby. Therefore, it is important to look after your mental well-being just as you care for your physical well-being.  

    Can I exercise when pregnant?

    Most exercises are safe to perform during pregnancy. But remember to not over-exert yourself and not begin strenuous exercises if you weren’t active before the pregnancy. You can try to do regular exercises or even brisk walks daily. 

    Can I take the flu vaccine if I’m pregnant?

    It is safe to have a flu vaccine from the first few weeks of your pregnancy up to your expected due date. 

    My breasts hurt during my pregnancy. Is it normal?

    Breast pain is often the first symptom during pregnancy because hormones try to work quickly to prepare your breasts for breastfeeding. Apart from pain, you may also notice changes in the size or shape of your nipples or some tiny bumps and darkening of the areolas.  

    Is it normal to feel tired during pregnancy? 

    Feeling weary or even exhausted, especially in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, is normal. You may experience fatigue, nausea, or even feel emotional due to hormonal changes during this time. The only solution is to get as much rest as you can.

    When will I be able to feel my baby move?

    Between 16 and 24 weeks of pregnancy, you should begin to feel your baby’s movements. But you might not begin to feel movements until 20 weeks if this is your first child. The best way to feel your baby’s movements is when you are less active, either at the start or end of your day. When resting, you are more likely to feel the baby’s movements. If you have not felt your baby move by 24 weeks, inform your doctor. 

    What should I do if my baby’s movements are not felt or are less than before? 

    The best way to feel your baby’s movements is when you are less active, either at the start or end of your day. When resting, you are more likely to feel the baby’s movements.  Record the movements around the same time every day. It may help you do this while sitting up or lying on your left side. Ensure you get a minimum of three movements in one hour and 10-12 movements in 12 hours. Studies have shown that smoking cigarettes or shisha can reduce your baby’s movement, so we advise you not to smoke during pregnancy.

    Can I travel to my home country during my pregnancy?

    You must have a medical certificate or letter from your doctor if traveling during or after your 29th week of pregnancy (depending on the airline). If you need to travel, it is best to contact your airline provider for details and get your doctor’s consent.

    What happens in the Medeor Mater antenatal class?

    Antenatal classes are meant to educate pregnant mothers on the changes during pregnancy, managing minor issues, when to seek help, warning signs to monitor, how to prepare a birth plan, what to carry to the hospital, pain management, what happens during labor and birth, breastfeeding and more. These classes can help prepare mothers for the journey ahead and give them the confidence and information they need.

    What should I carry in my pregnancy bag?

    For the baby: 2-3 sets of washed and warm baby clothes, disposable newborn nappies, three receiving blankets, towels, baby shampoo, baby oil, or baby cream. 

    For the mother: cotton panties (not tight fitting), bath towels, supporting feeding bras, sanitary pads (2 packs), and nipple cream  

    Documents during delivery: Originals for both husband and wife for a) Passport b) Visa c) Emirates ID d) Marriage certificate with UAE stamp e) Parents details form (to be provided by hospital staff) 

    What documents do I need for a birth certificate?

    Originals as well as a copy for both husband and wife for  

    a) Passport  

    b) Visa  

    c) Emirates ID  

    d) Marriage certificate with UAE stamp

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