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    I delivered at mater and live at chermside.

    Mater is a tertiary hospital and is one of the biggest maternity hospitals in Queensland. There facilities are second to none!

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    Quote Originally Posted by happygirl1982 View Post
    My sister had two. No dramas at all
    cool.... do you remember how many people she had to share the room with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    cool.... do you remember how many people she had to share the room with?
    4 royal

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    I haven't had c-Sections but they also have 2 people rooms at the rbh. I was in one with my last baby.

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    I hope I don't offend anybody in ANY way, and if i do im really sorry, but I just seem to be having trouble imagining myself sharing a room with 4 other people, .... and their visitors.. .... and their babies crying... the thought of it makes me feel down. I remember with my first c/section which was an emergency c/s, i was so so sick afterwards, that i just couldn't stop vomiting for 24 hours... i was so glad to have the room to myself... I'm just annoyed that this time, as it was an unexpected pregnancy i won't be covered for it to go private... aargh.

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    If you end up in a 4 person room with considerate people it's not that bad. Stil not great lol but it's ok.
    I'm due with #3 in 2.5 weeks at the rbh hoping for a 2 person room again lol

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    I'm stressed enough about sharing with one other person so I get it

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    I had a c/s last march through RBWH, was fine. Luckly had a 2 person room, which was fun but from what I was told/understand you cant have a single room unless you are a special case and there are only a limited number available.

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    Hi Niska and other friends, I really need your help. I am 25 weeks pregnant. I go to RBWH, I have some complication with my pregnancy, they really really dont care at all to me....I should have c section and it make me worried too, how heycan manage me...I recently bought a home( not moved yet) so now I am in the catchment of Matter hospital too. Do you think can I go there? I dont trust RBWH any more, they look care less.. however I dont know how is mater. but I hope it become better. Please advice me. I am waiting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aashetorsh View Post
    Hi Niska and other friends, I really need your help. I am 25 weeks pregnant. I go to RBWH, I have some complication with my pregnancy, they really really dont care at all to me....I should have c section and it make me worried too, how heycan manage me...I recently bought a home( not moved yet) so now I am in the catchment of Matter hospital too. Do you think can I go there? I dont trust RBWH any more, they look care less.. however I dont know how is mater. but I hope it become better. Please advice me. I am waiting...
    Talk to your GP and see if its too late for a referral to mater


 

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