Women’s health

Gender remains an important social determinant in community health, which is why women's reproductive and sexual health is clearly different from men’s.

Covid embaràs

Pregnancy and the SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus: Frequently Asked Questions

It is important to follow the recommendations for preventing SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus infection and to see a referred specialist if an infection is suspected.

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A woman’s pregnancy naturally ends immediately after childbirth, leading to a new stage known as the postpartum or postnatal period. This is a physiological process that includes a series of both physical and psychological changes in mothers, lasting somewhere between 6 weeks and 40 days.

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Post part

Midwife postpartum tips

A period involving so many changes can result in a complex or difficult adaptation, which is why it is important for the care provided by healthcare professionals to be given through a biopsychosocial and holistic approach and we recommend their coordination by a midwife.

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Dona menopàusica


Information and knowledge are key to living a full and happy life after the menopause. Unlike the uncertainty with which western women approach the menopause, women of this age in other societies receive a lot of social recognition.

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Virtual tours

Learn about childbirth care at Vall d’Hebron

We invite you to take a virtual tour of our facilities and look through our FAQs on childbirth at Vall d’Hebron. You’ll find 360-degree images, including all the areas where mothers-to-be are attended to, from admissions to patient rooms.

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