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    Default How many days did you stay in hospital after your elective?

    4 nights in a public hospital in vic.

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    Default How many days did you stay in hospital after your elective?

    5 nights in private

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    Default Re: How many days did you stay in hospital after your elective?

    I stayed 5 nights. Private hospital. It was nice to know you had the nurses/midwives there in those first few days just in case you had any worries or questions. They also had little classes that you could go along to whilst you were there about breastfeeding and sleep etc..it was great being able to be with other mums who had just had theirs too

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    Default Re: How many days did you stay in hospital after your elective?

    My sister had an emergency c section for her first and was in for 6 days. She then had an elective for her second and was in for 3 days. Both were public

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    Default How many days did you stay in hospital after your elective?

    6 nights, 7 days. DS was sick and inSCN so we stayed as long as we could

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    4 nights in private.

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    Default How many days did you stay in hospital after your elective?

    I was only 48 hours for my emergency

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    I had 5 days for my emergency caesarean with DS (should have been longer as I had a pretty serious infection in my wound but they kicked me out) in a public hospital as a public patient.
    I have been told it will be 5 days this time as a private patient in a private hospital but that if I want to leave earlier and everything is going well that they won't force me to stay.

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    Had it on a Monday morning, left on Friday midday. I had to ask permission to go home then, and it was considered an early release.

    This in a public hospital as a public patient in 2005.

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    My elective was my first baby - so they were happy for me to stay until I was comfortable. DS was born Monday morning, and my milk didn't come in until Thursday night. They were happy for me to leave after that, although I had to wait for the results of his jaundice test first. I left Friday evening.


 

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