DOULA SERVICES

Jacksonville Florida Doula Agency providing Full Spectrum Birth Doula Services, Full Support Postpartum Doula Services, a variety of Childbirth Education Courses, Workshops and speciality services related to birth like placenta encapsulation, prenatal fitness and prenatal fitness. 

Meet the MUMDA team

OUR MISSION

Mumda’s mission and passion, is to provide support and education to families, so they feel empowered and knowledgeable to make choices with their pregnancy, birth, post partum, and family’s needs and desires.

SEE WHAT CLIENTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT MUMDA

Mumda is a great organization. They provide wonderful services to expecting mommies and new mommies! I took the hypnobirthing class they offer and had a great experience! My birthing experience was everything I wished it would be, and I can proudly say my lil guy was born quickly, smoothly, healthy, alert, and happy using absolutely no medication or medical intervention! I had no difficulties or complications during labor, delivery, or postnatal….

Sandra Anthony

I am so thankful that I was told about this organization!! The staff truly helped me to have a great pregnancy and I couldn’t imagine giving birth to my baby girl without the doulas support. Mumda introduced me to my doctor because they knew I was not completely satisfied with the care from the doctor I was seeing at that time. The classes that i took were very informative and helpful….

Cristen Dumas

What a blessing Mumda has been to our family! I highly recommend this organization for whatever your birthing plans are. Our doulas Brittany & Caroline were a tremendous support. I received lots of great information to help me make informed decisions and received support before, during, and after delivery. I was able to achieve a successful VBAC and we are forever grateful for such a beautiful experience!! Thank you!!

Myriam Lynn

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“I hope you felt the comfort in my words of love so deep. I hope you knew my hopes and dreams and what you meant to meIt’s so much more than words can say or what the eyes can see. Tiny hands and tiny feet. The most beautiful baby I ever did meet. As small as you were, the biggest part of my heart you hold. And that’s where it will remain until I’m grey and old. For a long time my skies have been so grey, And it’s hard to find words to say, But I’ll try now, I hope that’s okay. To me you are the breeze that softly whispers by and gently dries my tears. You’re the sun that lights my heart and mind and takes away my fears. You’ve  never truly left my love, you’re wrapped within my heart. A lifetime love, forever close, I know we’ll never part. I miss you.” -Aimee Jones

Still Birth- In the United States, the stillbirth rate is 5.9/1,000 live births. This means one out of every 160 deliveries ends in stillbirth.

Neonatal Deaths, Infant Loss- Neonatal death happens in about 4 in 1,000 babies (less than 1 percent) each year in the United States. Non-Hispanic black women are more likely to have a baby die than women of other races or ethnicities.

SIDS- About 2,300 babies in the United States die of SIDS each year.

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. A tough topic many are healing from. You are not alone 💕

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#doulas #jaxdoula #birthwithoutfear #doula #birthdoula #babies #pregnancy #doulasupport #postpartumdoulas #postpartum #doulas #doulasupport #doulasofjacksonville #pontevedramoms #jaxmoms #doulaservices #pregnancylossawareness #infantlossawareness #pregnancyandinfantlossawareness #octoberawareness #misscarriage #ttc #ectopicpregnancy #sidsawareness #neonatal #chemicalpregnancy #stillbirthawareness
“I hope you felt the comfort in my words of love so deep. I hope you knew my hopes and dreams and what you meant to meIt’s so much more than words can say or what the eyes can see. Tiny hands and tiny feet. The most beautiful baby I ever did meet. As small as you were, the biggest part of my heart you hold. And that’s where it will remain until I’m grey and old. For a long time my skies have been so grey, And it’s hard to find words to say, But I’ll try now, I hope that’s okay. To me you are the breeze that softly whispers by and gently dries my tears. You’re the sun that lights my heart and mind and takes away my fears. You’ve never truly left my love, you’re wrapped within my heart. A lifetime love, forever close, I know we’ll never part. I miss you.” -Aimee Jones Still Birth- In the United States, the stillbirth rate is 5.9/1,000 live births. This means one out of every 160 deliveries ends in stillbirth. Neonatal Deaths, Infant Loss- Neonatal death happens in about 4 in 1,000 babies (less than 1 percent) each year in the United States. Non-Hispanic black women are more likely to have a baby die than women of other races or ethnicities. SIDS- About 2,300 babies in the United States die of SIDS each year. October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. A tough topic many are healing from. You are not alone 💕 ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ #doulas #jaxdoula #birthwithoutfear #doula #birthdoula #babies #pregnancy #doulasupport #postpartumdoulas #postpartum #doulas #doulasupport #doulasofjacksonville #pontevedramoms #jaxmoms #doulaservices #pregnancylossawareness #infantlossawareness #pregnancyandinfantlossawareness #octoberawareness #misscarriage #ttc #ectopicpregnancy #sidsawareness #neonatal #chemicalpregnancy #stillbirthawareness
Understanding Ectopic Pregnancies.

What is an ectopic pregnancy. 

A tubal pregnancy — the most common type of ectopic pregnancy — happens when a fertilized egg gets stuck on its way to the uterus. 

What causes ectopic pregnancy. 

It can be hard to pinpoint specific factors, but things like infection, inflammation in the tubes (PID), toxins within the body, and hormonal imbalance can cause the fertilized egg not to move swiftly down the fallopian tube. 

Early signs of an ectopic pregnancy include:

Light vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, upset stomach, vomiting, sharp abdominal cramps, pain on one side of your body, dizziness, weakness, or pain in your shoulder, neck, or rectum.

The fertilized egg can't survive outside the uterus. If left to grow, it may damage nearby organs and cause life-threatening loss of blood. It is important to be seek medical intention immediately when suspected of this occurrence.

What is the treatment?

Depending on the severity of the situation treatment may include a medicine called methotrexate that is used to stop the pregnancy growing. Surgery is only performed when needed to remove the pregnancy, usually along with the affected fallopian tube.

Always remember that there are some things you just can’t control, but being aware of the state of your womb and taking the necessary steps to take care of your womb could help get a fertilized egg where it needs to be. 
 
October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. A tough topic many are healing from. You are not alone 💕
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#doulas #jaxdoula #birthwithoutfear #doula #birthdoula #babies #pregnancy #doulasupport #postpartumdoulas #postpartum #doulas #doulasupport #doulasofjacksonville #pontevedramoms #jaxmoms #doulaservices #pregnancylossawareness #infantlossawareness #pregnancyandinfantlossawareness #octoberawareness #misscarriage #ttc #ectopicpregnancy #sidsawareness #neonatal #chemicalpregnancy #stillbirthawareness
Understanding Ectopic Pregnancies. What is an ectopic pregnancy. A tubal pregnancy — the most common type of ectopic pregnancy — happens when a fertilized egg gets stuck on its way to the uterus. What causes ectopic pregnancy. It can be hard to pinpoint specific factors, but things like infection, inflammation in the tubes (PID), toxins within the body, and hormonal imbalance can cause the fertilized egg not to move swiftly down the fallopian tube. Early signs of an ectopic pregnancy include: Light vaginal bleeding, pelvic pain, upset stomach, vomiting, sharp abdominal cramps, pain on one side of your body, dizziness, weakness, or pain in your shoulder, neck, or rectum. The fertilized egg can't survive outside the uterus. If left to grow, it may damage nearby organs and cause life-threatening loss of blood. It is important to be seek medical intention immediately when suspected of this occurrence. What is the treatment? Depending on the severity of the situation treatment may include a medicine called methotrexate that is used to stop the pregnancy growing. Surgery is only performed when needed to remove the pregnancy, usually along with the affected fallopian tube. Always remember that there are some things you just can’t control, but being aware of the state of your womb and taking the necessary steps to take care of your womb could help get a fertilized egg where it needs to be. October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. A tough topic many are healing from. You are not alone 💕 ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ ▫️ #doulas #jaxdoula #birthwithoutfear #doula #birthdoula #babies #pregnancy #doulasupport #postpartumdoulas #postpartum #doulas #doulasupport #doulasofjacksonville #pontevedramoms #jaxmoms #doulaservices #pregnancylossawareness #infantlossawareness #pregnancyandinfantlossawareness #octoberawareness #misscarriage #ttc #ectopicpregnancy #sidsawareness #neonatal #chemicalpregnancy #stillbirthawareness