Next Episode of Highland Midwives: Mnathan-Glùine is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Series following midwives and the families they look after at Raigmore Hospital, Inverness.
On Barra, midwife Joyce is multitasking between her patients and her job as a security officer on the island's cockleshell beach. Twin Willow is admitted to the Children's Ward in Inverness, as feeding is still an issue. Midwife Anna takes a ferry to the island of Kerrera to meet a young couple expecting their first baby. Mum-to-be Rowan has only one day to her due date, so is she prepared for what lies ahead? And new parents Heather and Kevin Baillie share their story of baby Noah's natural water birth in their living room in Point, Lewis.
Rowan is six days past her due date, and she and her partner Robert have caught the ferry to Oban from their home on Kerrera for a check up. Will Midwife Anna's 'stretch and sweep' procedure get Rowan's labour started?
Mum-to-be Clair is travelling from Lochboisdale to Stornoway to have her third baby at the maternity unit, but it's hard to leave her oldest child at home with his grandparents.
And baby Casey from Skye is born with a cleft palate, but his parents Claire and James are hoping that an operation will make a difference.
Clair has travelled from Lochboisdale to have her third baby in Stornoway Maternity Unit. Midwives Anne Marie and Todag are on hand to assist her with the birth of baby Sophie. Casey, a baby with a cleft palate, travels to Edinburgh for a transformational operation, while in Inverness, premature baby Cole gets his immunisations. New mum Stephanie tells us how relieved she is to have thebirth of her second child over with.
In the last programme of the series, Casey, the baby with the cleft palate, is home for Christmas after his operation in Edinburgh. Mums Haita and Heather give birth in Campbeltown Midwifery Unit with the help of local midwives Becky and Elspeth. On Lewis, new parents Anne and Coinneach share their story of the premature birth of baby Edith, and in Stornoway, Catherine Gillies explains why she decided to become a midwife.
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