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    I was induced and had this happen.
    I think it's normal for induced and to be honest I disliked anyone coming in and out. I went into the labour ward 2 hours before my son was born. Probably 45 minutes before I started pushing it took ages to get his fat little head out ;-)

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    Very normal at our local hospital. Yay QLD health.

    I've spent a total of 4 nights in hospital post baby arrivals and 2 of those we had a labouring woman in a bed in our room, they weren't allowed certain pain relievers because they weren't in the birth suite, it was awful to listen to.

    I wasn't surprised, there are always bed shortages here, I've had examinations on the floor and was pressured into leaving after 1 night post c-section with my first baby.

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    OP, was that in a public or private hospital? I went private and can't imagine that happening there. I was very slow to progress and went straight into a birth suite on arrival and stayed there for about 20hrs.

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    No not normal, if you want pain relief ask for it, if you don't get it, Ask and ask and ask. Be the squeaky wheel that gets the oil.
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    Thanks everyone


 

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