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    Default Elective C-section Redcliffe

    Hi,
    I was wondering if anyone could tell me how many weeks Redcliffe hospital do elective c-sections?

    Also has anyone had a elective at Redcliffe what was your experience?

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    I am going to Redcliffe for bub #2 and elected for a cesarean. They told me at my last appointment that they book it in for the 39th week. And they do the electives on Thursdays.
    Hope that helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrslegrand View Post
    I am going to Redcliffe for bub #2 and elected for a cesarean. They told me at my last appointment that they book it in for the 39th week. And they do the electives on Thursdays.
    Hope that helps.
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    I having mine on 30th july at redcliffe that a tuesday and i was booked in from 28 weeks


 

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