Birth Tub Rentals

birth tub rentals

Why choose a waterbirth? What are the benefits of baby’s transition from water to water? What are the benefits for mom?

  • Promotes deeper relaxation and minimizes pain and discomforts of labor. When a woman is relaxed her hormones kick in and she starts progressing faster and with more rhythm, which in turn makes the labor more efficient
  • Warm water relaxes the muscles, which will relax the pelvic floor muscles
  • The relaxation and pain relief felt when submerged in the warm water can be more effective and definitely more safer than an epidural
  • Reduces the chance of an episiotomy, as the water softens the tissues surrounding the perineum, making them more pliable and able to stretch
  • Reduces blood pressure
  • Gentle welcome for baby

We our proud to offer birth tub rentals for women wanting to experience the joys of a waterbirth. We cater to women seeking a waterbirth at either their home or hospitals. Below are a list of different options and packages. Feel free to call with any questions. Happy Birthing!

 

Simple Birth Tub Package

$350

  • Birth tub
  • Protective liner
  • Set up and clean up instructions (we will inflate tub and break down tub, you are required to fill, remove water and liner)
  • Pool cover to maintain heat
  • Universal hose adapter
  • Submersible pump to easily empty water from birth pool
  • Pick up within 24hrs after delivery

*Please note: Hose must be purchased to fill tub. If you would like a hose from us it is an extra $40.

 

Birth Tub & More Package

$450

  • Birth tub
  • Protective liner
  • Set up and clean up instructions (we will inflate tub and break down tub, you are required to fill, remove water and liner)
  • Pool cover to maintain heat
  • Hose
  • Universal hose adapter
  • Birthing Ball
  • Labor Loop
  • Submersible pump to easily empty water from birth pool
  • Pick up within 24hrs after delivery

 

FAQ:

When will I receive the tub?

*Tub will be delivered to your chosen place to birth (hospital,home, birth center) no earlier than your 37th week when early labor begins.

 

When do I have to pay?

*All payments must be made in full prior to tub delivery.

 

What if I fill the tub but labor stops and the water is not used?

*It is not recommended to fill or get into the tub until active labor begins. Water that is put into the tub must be used the same day to prevent any growth of bacteria. If not tub can be emptied and refilled when you are ready to use it.

 

How do I keep the water hot?

*It’s good to keep adding hot water either by hose or by keeping some pots simmering on the stove (for those doing homebirths).