Unexpected Events for Employees in Mexico
Silvia and her husband Sebastian were excited about the arrival of their first baby. He had been teaching at a major university in Mexico City and there was a large, modern hospital affiliated with the university nearby. Her prenatal care was good and everything pointed to a low-risk full-term delivery. Once in labor, she progressed normally.
Although she had been in labor for several hours, the baby didn’t show any unusual signs of stress. Why then did her physician suddenly decide that an emergency c-section was required? In order to understand you would need to know more about the trends in medical care in Mexico. The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico offers comprehensive support for travelers, expats, business people and those seeking to reduce medical costs or find reputable specialized care.
For Silvia, not having the information contained in this book meant that she had to endure a painful and probably unnecessary medical procedure that could even have endangered her infant. If she had been armed with the facts about c-sections in Mexico, she probably could have had a safer, more natural birth like she wanted.
Like any good Boy Scout knows, Be Prepared! Learn about all the health issues involved with travel in Mexico with your own copy of The English Speaker’s Guide to Medical Care in Mexico.