Aviram's Ambience

Crafted with care

Our warm ambience at Aviram's enhances the journey of mother and baby, enveloping them in comfort and serenity, ensuring a memorable and nurturing experience



Aviram envisions a compassionate birth experience, empowering families with personalized care and support for all birthing journeys.


Our mission at Aviram is to provide comprehensive, expert care, ensuring a nurturing environment that celebrates the uniqueness of every birth, fostering health and joy for both mothers and babies


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Natural birth typically refers to the process of giving birth by letting labor and birth to progress as naturally as possible with no/minimal use of the medical interventions.

Women who are healthy without medical complications & committed to work with a proper lifestyle throughout pregnancy can choose natural birth.

Natural birth helps mothers in postpartum recovery & babies have strong immune systems. Under the skillful watch of the expert team in a tertiary care center, it can be a safe choice for healthy women.

Water birth is a method of childbirth where the mother spends part or all of her labor, delivery, or both in a birthing pool or tub filled with warm water. During water birth, the buoyancy of the water can help ease the discomfort of contractions and may provide pain relief. Some women choose water birth because they find it promotes relaxation and reduces stress during labor. It's important to note that water birth should be conducted under appropriate medical supervision to ensure the safety of both mother and baby. We offer water birth as a natural and comfortable option, with expert support from our healthcare team.

VBAC, or vaginal birth after cesarean, is a viable option for many women who have previously undergone a cesarean delivery. However, whether VBAC is suitable for you depends on various factors, including the reason for your previous c-section, the type of uterine incision, your overall health, and the specifics of your current pregnancy. It's essential to discuss your desire for VBAC with your healthcare provider. Our experienced team can assess your individual circumstances and provide guidance on the safest and most appropriate birthing options for you. We are dedicated to supporting mothers in making informed decisions about their birthing experience, ensuring the best possible outcome for both mother and baby.