Following a life-long fascination with pregnancy and the human body, in particular the development from embryo to baby, Fiona commenced her Midwifery degree at The University of East Anglia in 2017 and graduated in 2020 during the peak of the Covid Pandemic. Joining the NHS workforce during this difficult time boosted her resilience and her colleagues found her to be a calming force in those stressful moments. Fiona is NIPE trained, and has worked as a Fertility Midwife, she’s truly passionate about empowering women to learn about their bodies and reproductive health. Fiona joined Private Midwives in September 2022 and is proud of the spectrum of care that she provides throughout pregnancy, birth and postnatal period. She says that no two days are the same and that she loves the spontaneity of Private Midwife life.
If you are considering a home birth, you may be wondering what pain relief options are available to you. It’s important to note that every labour is different, and your personal experience of pain may be different to someone else’s. Unfortunately, we don’t have a way to predict what your birth will feel like to