MUMS' Haven

At Mums’ Haven we care for families with respect and support. In today’s routine birth practices many human rights of mothers and babies are being violated. We want to put mothers and babies first by taking a better approach to birth through providing the most updated and evidence-based care possible. We want to help you have an enjoyable experience during pregnancy, birth and postpartum.



Would you like to enjoy your birthing experience? Then Mums' Haven is the place for you. Mums' Haven provides unique holistic maternity care to expecting parents through evidenced-based birth education, specialized services and personalized care. Our OB-Midwife-Doula team will help reduce your fear and support you through your journey of pregnancy, birth and postpartum.-


Mums' Haven is working to create a birthing culture where more Egyptian women birth naturally or in water and successfully breastfeed their babies.

We believe IN you


We believe in women and their ability to birth babies without intervention. When women are cared for with respect, kindness and are supported to birth naturally, it allows so many wonderful things to happen between mother and baby.
Dr Hanaa M Kassem Ob/Gyn consultant

Some of the most important birthing practices we support and provide include:

  • Allowing labor to begin on its own.
  • Freedom to eat and drink in labor.
  • No routine intravenous fluids (IV).
  • Constant support during labor.
  • Freedom to move and choose position during labor and birth.
  • No routine episiotomy (cuts).
  • Optimal (delayed) time of cord clamping.
  • Immediate skin to skin and bonding with baby.
  • Midwifery care.
  • Doula care.

At Mums’ Haven we believe that each pregnant woman has the right to know about her body and about her baby. We also feel that women should be prepared in every way for labor and birth. Education and knowledge gives power and helps to reduce fear. We want you to feel empowered throughout your journey to motherhood!

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Ph: 0101 648 3013
Address: Victor Amanwel Street Alexandria, Egypt

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To Learn More

Visit the following websites to learn more about pregnancy and birth. These are trusted and accurate resources that will give you up-to-date information and help you understand more about the childbirth process.

Trimester Chart

See how your baby grow through the weeks.

  • 4

    4 Weeks

    This week marks the beginning of the embryonic period. From now until 10 weeks, all of your baby's organs will begin to develop, and some will even begin to function.

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  • 9

    9 weeks

    Your new resident is nearly an inch long – about the size of a grape – and weighs just a fraction of an ounce. She's starting to look more and more human.

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  • 13

    13 weeks

    Fingerprints are forming on your baby’s tiny fingertips, her veins and organs are clearly visible through her still-thin skin, and her body is starting to catch up with her head – which makes up just a third of her body size now.

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1st Trismester

0.4kg - 2.0kg
  • 18

    18 weeks

    Head to rump, your baby is about 5 1/2 inches long, and he weighs almost 7 ounces (about the size of a bell pepper). He's busy flexing his arms and legs – movements that you'll start noticing more and more in the weeks ahead.

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  • 22

    22 weeks

    At 11 inches and almost 1 pound (about the size of a spaghetti squash), your baby is starting to look like a miniature newborn. His lips, eyelids, and eyebrows are becoming more distinct

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  • 27

    27 weeks

    This week, your baby weighs almost 2 pounds (about the size of a head of cauliflower) and is about 14 1/2 inches long with her legs extended. She's sleeping and waking at regular intervals.

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2nd Trismester

2.0kg - 8.0kg
  • 31

    31 weeks

    This week, your baby measures over 16 inches long. He weighs about 3 1/3 pounds (about the size of a coconut) and is heading into a growth spurt.

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  • 36

    36 weeks

    Your baby is still packing on the pounds – at the rate of about an ounce a day. She now weighs almost 6 pounds and is more than 18 1/2 inches long (about the length of a head of romaine lettuce).

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  • 40

    40 weeks

    It's hard to say for sure how big your baby will be, but the average newborn weighs about 7 1/2 pounds (about the size of a small pumpkin) and is about 20 inches long.

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*units in weeks

3rd Trismester

8.0kg - 13.6kg

Mums’ Haven Clinic

Mums’ Haven offers a variety of services in each of our specialized clinic rooms. See our “services” tab for more information.

More than a gentle birth clinic




Examination room


Education room


Exercise room


Consulting room