So, had a 5 minute appointment at the hospital the other day and the doctor said they *will* put a cannula in once I arrive in labour because it is my 5th baby and I am at higher risk of bleeding....which I am not convinved of....I guess it is like anything that they do as 'routine'....for me, alarm bells go off and I want to run a mile. I guess this really isn't intervention though as it wont reeeeaaallly interfere with the birth process. I just don't like the way they want to medicalise (is that a word? )birth
I am not sure whether I will consent to it yet...
Anyone else been told they need a cannula when they are in labour. I wish I was going to the birth centre again
Does this post even make sense??? Very tired.