About Expecting Expats

Expecting Expats is . . .

To women trying to conceive we are here to answer all your questions about preparing for pregnancy and what to expect. We encourage patience and positivity, along with specific advice on how to change life habits and body-monitoring to stimulate conception.

To pregnant women who each week will feel a little different we are here to hold your hands every step of the way.

To first time mothers we are the voice of wisdom. We’ve been there and remember how overwhelming it can be. We understand exactly the advice young mothers are looking for as you handle all the adjustments that come with having your first child.

To women having a second or third child we are a trusted friend. We look to experienced mothers for their input and advice, while helping you deal with the new issues you face as your family grows.

To women living outside Bangkok who need specific and tactical advice on how to plan a commuter birth in Bangkok we are there for you. We’ll provide all the options and details you need so all you need to focus on is having a relaxed and healthy pregnancy.

Expecting Expats is the online resource for parents in and around Thailand. We provide lifestyle and medical content to our visitors, with new content posted daily.

Our lifestyle contributors are themselves expat moms who share their experiences and lessons learned through blog articles. We are always looking for new contributors. Please Click Here if you are interested.

We also provide medical content from our partner doctors at Samitivej Hospital in Bangkok, Thailand. Articles of interest span from before pregnancy through the toddler years and cover medical, behavioral and cognitive issues. You can read all of our medical content in the Doctor’s Corner.

Expecting Expats is proud to be able to offer our Ask the Doctor feature. Feel free to ask our doctors any question you might have concerning your pre- and post-natal health, issues with your pregnancy, or issues with your children. Our normal turnaround time for a response is within 24 hours. Questions can be asked from any page on the website, and you can browse all of our questions and answers in the Doctor’s Corner.

On our website you can also find resources to help make your pregnancy, delivery and family life in Thailand and surrounding countries easier. This includes maps, links to hospitals and other locations of interest, information specific to where you live, and much more. If you would like to suggest additional content to share with others, you can Contact Us with your suggestion.

Expecting Expats can also be found elsewhere online. We maintain the Expecting Expats Facebook Page with daily content certain to be of interest to moms and moms-to-be. We also have an active Twitter Feed. Visit us on our YouTube Channel, where you can watch video interviews with our website contributors and Samitivej Hospital doctors, as well as additional video content that will be of interest to you. And you can view our library of images including entries from our past contests on our Flickr Photostream.

Feel free to sign up for our weekly newsletter, sent directly to your inbox, where you will find updates on our latest articles as well as other current content from our website. The signup form can be found on any page of our website, in the right hand sidebar.


1 Comment

  1. Gerne  /  October 14, 2014, 11:12 am

    Good Morning Team, I am a Dona Student Doula looking for opportunities to Volunteer or Train as a Doula in Thailand. I live in Chiang Mai, and willing to relocate if I can find a suitable opportunity.
    Kind Regards

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