The best approach is to do some sort of self-analysis. This may at first appear to be an uphill task, but you can make it relatively easy. Selecting between the public and the private should be straightforward. The next step is to nail down on facilities that you could easily access. Once you have a short-list, you can then source for easily available information on each of the selected facilities, and make some reasoned judgment about the quality of care each of them provides.
Towards the end of pregnancy, new anxieties arise about the baby’s delivery. For the majority, the onset of labor usually leads to spontaneous delivery. Some women will however require help in delivering the baby, commonly referred to as ‘Assisted Vaginal Delivery’.
Many first time mothers-to-be have genuine concerns about delivery. The ready availability, of sometimes very subjective advice, from all sorts of people doesn’t help the situation. You may get even more confused if clarity on the situation isn’t really forthcoming from your antenatal care provider.