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    They sent me home because they couldn't do anything further then. I'm not having any pains

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    I can't believe they sent you home. They should of at least been sending you to maternity to have some CTG monitoring to make sure baby was ok.
    Will be thinking of you tonight and hope all is ok at the scan tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaotically perfect View Post
    110 percent I felt it first before anything plus that smell I'll never forget it from my first baby I don't think I'll sleep much either. I still feel the baby move occasionally so I have some hope just scary about what the ultrasound will reveal tomorrow
    Thinking of you...
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    My fingers are crossed for you..

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    Couldn't read and not reply- you must be so stressed- but sending you heaps of sticky vibes and hugs- all is well, keep us updated if you can

    Also I agree with PP- try another hospy if you can!

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    Hugs! Omg I too cannot believe they sent you home, they should of kept you overnight for observation!?! Did they use the ctg even? I hope everything is ok with you and bub. My fingers are crossed for you!

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    I can't believe they sent you home. I will be thinking of you tonight and hoping all goes well tomorrow

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    Oh my goodness I can't believe they sent you home. Any chance of going to another hospital?

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    No other hospy kinda in a rural spot

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    Thinking of you hun. Hope bub stays safe in there and you get answers and proper care tomorrow


 

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