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Natural Delivery and C-Section

 Medical and reproductive history is registered, a physical exam, lab exams, ultrasounds, echography, and 4D Ultrasound; these are all important to detect congenital malformations, infections, and other complications.

Delivery will take place from week 39 to 41 if it is a natural delivery, and if a C-section is needed, then it will be programmed by your doctor. Costamed has an obstetrics ward where deliveries take place. There must be an adequate prenatal control with your trusted physician. Your gynecologist will inform you of the types of delivery, relaxation, pushing techniques, and types of anesthesia if a C-section is needed.

Humanized Care in Childbirth

Costamed manages de philosophy of humanized childbirth:

  • Be informed of the different medical interventions and choose how your delivery will be without risking your life and your baby's life.
  • Decide if you want to receive painkillers during and after birth (epidural anesthesia).
  • Be treated with respect and intimacy.
  • Monitor the baby throughout the birth.
  • In our birth ward, mom, can have a tranquil delivery.
  • Choose who will be with you during labor, delivery, and post-delivery.
  • If the baby does not require special care, the baby will remain with mom.
  • We are a pro-lactation hospital, which means we promote and support moms during this process.


From: 1,941.17 USD

Mandatory Requirements. Not included

These are some of the lab exams that the physician may ask of you.

  • Urine culture
  • V.D.R.L.  Venereal disease Research Laboratory
  • H.I.V. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
  • Blood Chemistry
  • 4 Chemistry Parameters
  • 37 Chemistry Parameters
  • Complete Blood count (CBC)
  • Coagulation Times (PT, PTT, INR)

(Extra Pre Surgery Analyses – Consult With Your Doctor)

Obstetric Unit

Our facilities are equipped for safe prenatal care, delivery, and postnatal care for mothers and their babies. 

Tocology room:  

  • Labor 
  • Delivery 
  • Recovery  

Patients are only moved from this room to the operating room in case of complications, and after recovery, to an in-patient room. 

C- Section

It's performed when complications from pregnancy and natural delivery put the mother or child at risk. 

Pregnancy and labor complications

  • High blood pressure
  • Heart disease
  • Baby developmental conditions
  • Size of the baby
  • Genital herpes
  • Placenta previa- placental abruption
  • Breech birth- baby coming out feet first or problems with umbilical cord
  • Previous C- section
  • Reduced Oxygen supply for the baby


From: 2, 754.70 USD

Planning the procedure. Natural birth and C- Section.

  • In-person evaluation consult - (Telemedicine consultation - meet your physician.)  
  • Prenatal control  
  • Medical history  
  • Ultrasounds  
  • Pre-surgery analyses.  
  • Come to the hospital with comfortable shoes and clothes.  
  • Small suitcase for the patient and companion.
  • Baby suitcase.  


Natural Birth

  • The procedure requires one day of hospitalization. 
  • Eight days recommended for recovery with natural delivery.  
  • If necessary Epidural anesthesia.  
  • One day of hospitalization.  


Surgery- C-Section

  • The procedure requires two days of hospitalization 
  • Two hours in the operating room.  
  • Regional anesthesia  

Post-surgical care

  • Recovery takes 4 to 7 days; the recommendation is that you return to your normal activities within two weeks.  
  • Take all medications as indicated.
  • You may shower the following day.
  • Do not apply any lotion, oil or cream except for those indicated by your doctor.
  • Do not lift, push or pull anything weighing over 10 pounds or 4.5 kg. at least for one week.
  • Do not drive until you have stopped taking medication or until your doctor says you can do so.
  • Avoid swimming, soaking in a hot tub or jacuzzi until your doctor indicates you can do so.
  • Do not smoke or drink (ask your doctor about the required post-surgical time).
  • Wait to resume sexual life after the physician says it's ok.
  • No forceful exercise for 6 to 8 weeks after surgery.

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Our Doctors

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Dra. Carla García Castanedo

Gynecology and Obstetrics

  • General Practice License: 7724501
  • Specialization License: 10336492
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Dra. Idolina Michel García Reta

Gynecology and Obstetrics

  • General Practice License: 5323107
  • Specialization License: 8556556
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Dra. María Guadalupe Simonín Díaz

Gynecology and Obstetrics 

  • General Practice License: 853471
  • Specialization License: 3181840

Where to Do It?

Medical Group Costamed Locations
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