Delivery services offered in Bluffdale, UT


Your delivery is one of the most special times of your life, and South Valley Women's Health Care believes all women deserve support, respect, and compassion as they plan and experience birth. Working from the Bluffdale, Utah, office, the group of elite OB/GYN specialists provides patient-centered care during pregnancy, expert deliveries, and postpartum support. To learn about delivery planning, call the office or book a consultation online now.

Delivery Q & A

What are the different types of birthing deliveries?

You can become a mom in a variety of ways, including birthing, gestational surrogacy, adoption, becoming a stepmom, and many others. If you’re a birthing mom, there are several ways to have your baby, with some of the different birthing options include:

  • Vaginal delivery
  • Scheduled induction
  • Scheduled Cesarean section (C-section)
  • Unplanned C-section
  • Vaginal birth after C-section (VBAC)

These are only the methods of bringing your baby out of your womb and into the world, but you’ll also have many other choices to make before and during your delivery. 

For example, some women want an unmedicated birth with as little medical intervention as possible while others want the maximum amount of pain control possible. Everyone is unique.

Which delivery option is right for me?

South Valley Women's Health Care works with you to develop and experience the birth plan that makes the most sense for you and your personal wishes. 

The specialists have two main goals: healthy moms and healthy babies. They recommend the delivery option that minimizes risk and keeps you and your baby safe, and they’re always here to support you.

No matter which delivery plan you choose, it’s important to remember that it’s not set in stone. Your needs may change as you enter the late part of your pregnancy or even during delivery itself. The specialists are renowned experts who make the decisions that are best for you and your baby while respecting your individual needs and wishes.

When do I call my doctor during labor?

In labor, you’ll experience several things, including contractions, losing your mucus plug, and water breaking, which may be a slow leak or a big gush. 

Your provider gives you specific directions about when to call them during labor, so be sure to pay close attention to your body, when your contractions start, and the timing between your contractions. Everyone may have different instructions for labor based on their birth plan and risk factors. 

The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists says to proceed directly to the hospital if:

  • Your water breaks but you’re not experiencing contractions
  • You’re bleeding heavily
  • Your contractions are constant
  • You don’t feel your baby moving 

South Valley Women's Health Care helps women experience delivery in the way that works best for them. To learn more, call the office or click online booking now.