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    I agree with Pilbara, if safety is an issue then that's the best place for you!! I know it sucks though
    I would suggest demanding answers, it worked for me!

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    I would demand to see the hospital social worker, you deserve to have answers and not to be stuffed around.

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    Agree with Pilbara if that's the case. I would demand that someone explain to you clearer but if I had to be in hospital for the 9 months I would to have thee safe arrival of our bub.

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    Pilbara yep it's not safe to be at home ( even though I would love 2 )

    I just hate how I was told I would have a c section at 36+ 4 then changed to 38+4 . When I first came in I was told they can't afford to let me go past 38 weeks it is too dangerous incase I go into labour and now it's just like oh well it's scary . I don't want to have bub too early where things could go wrong but I don't want it left too late to where I could need an emergancy c section due to bleeding

    Amps I have seen a social worker and they say that is a constant problem at this hospital to be told one thing then another . I have a school friend that us a social worker here that is back next week so I hope to see her then . I don't think I'm asking for too much just for both me and bub to have a chance to be safe !

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    Quote Originally Posted by loveandlive View Post
    Pilbara yep it's not safe to be at home ( even though I would love 2 )

    I just hate how I was told I would have a c section at 36+ 4 then changed to 38+4 . When I first came in I was told they can't afford to let me go past 38 weeks it is too dangerous incase I go into labour and now it's just like oh well it's scary . I don't want to have bub too early where things could go wrong but I don't want it left too late to where I could need an emergancy c section due to bleeding

    Amps I have seen a social worker and they say that is a constant problem at this hospital to be told one thing then another . I have a school friend that us a social worker here that is back next week so I hope to see her then . I don't think I'm asking for too much just for both me and bub to have a chance to be safe !
    So confusing and frustrating! And no, it is not too much for you to ask for you both to have a chance to be safe. ...I'm assuming they'll keep monitoring you very closely, so maybe you'll have more opportunities to push for CS at 38 weeks (if that is what you want)... I can only imagine how stressful this must be for you...

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    Finally able to update: Baby boy born 15/01/2014, 22:43pm, 3762g. No name yet. Had 4th degree tears after labour went very quickly, needed surgery and very sore. Will write more when home.

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    Congrats on the birth of you precious baby boy Chook.

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    Congratulations chook!!! Hoping for a speedy recovery for you.

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    Congrats Chook great news! Let us know his name when you decide. Hope recovery is fast.

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    Congrats chook !!

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