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    I'm sorry Michelle it sounds like it's been a really tough few days. I hope you have as much of a positive experience in hospital as you can and that they look after you well xx

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    Michelle honey, crying is an important part of grief and letting it all out. Crying is very important. This is a good step for you. See you already feel lighter after a big cry sesh!! I'm so sorry you have to go down the surgery path I know you wanted to avoid it, but just think how it's making your body perfect for the next seed to snuggle in down there.
    We are all thinking of you today xx

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    Rain - that's a great idea with timing. How cool would it be if you could carry at the same time! Unrealistic of course lol. But I think it would be cool to really go through it with that special someone XD

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    Michelle I am so sorry you have to go through this again. From what Ive heard King Eddies Gynae Dept is amazing (I should have gone there instead of Swans) x a million. And you have an amazing support team who will be here when you are ready (even if its to scream/cry/abuse) The random "down" days truly do suck but you're strong and amazing and will wear your scars like little badges of honour, the tears are just honour parades.

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    Michelle I'm thinking of you today.

    King eddies also offer social worker and psychologists there if you need to talk to someone else about it for coping strategies. The perinatal loss team are very supportive also. You may not feel like seeing them straight away- but I wish I knew about them for my first loss.
    Will you be getting genetic testing done to see if there's any specific reason why you lost your precious bub? Please ask if you'd like this done too a lot of oeople don't realise they can send off tissue and retained product to find a cause, it may provide some closure for you.

    Again, thinking of you and very sorry you have to go through this huge hugs xx

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    Only popping in quickly as I'm going to have a crazy day!

    Michelle you poor thing. I'll be at kemh today to Have an appt at the colposcopy clinic for a colposcopy +/- biopsy. I'm trying not to stress because I've had 3 of these already but I always do as there is such a long wait for results and my head gets away from me.

    Wish, where abouts are you if you went to sdh? That's my local hospital now but I have to admit I refuse to go anywhere near them!

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    On a lighter. Note, put DS's pj pants on his head when changing his nappy when he got up, half an hour ago... He doesn't seem to fussed!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shani2 View Post
    Wish, where abouts are you if you went to sdh? That's my local hospital now but I have to admit I refuse to go anywhere near them!
    We're in Dayton Shani, totally sucks that Swans is our designated hosp now, Ive had two bad exp so far but without private health we cant go anywhere else to have bubs. Where are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wishnhope View Post
    We're in Dayton Shani, totally sucks that Swans is our designated hosp now, Ive had two bad exp so far but without private health we cant go anywhere else to have bubs. Where are you?
    I go past your area all the time!! Were a little bit out of bullsbrook. Yeah it does suck. But if I were you I would look into joondalup? I would say that'd be your next closest and just let the referring gp know that you aren't comfortable with sdh after some bad experiences. It's pretty common and so long as it's somewhere still closeish and not a specialist hosp like kemh they should be fine.

    Everyone out this way went to jhc instead of sdh but were pretty much in the middle.

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    Shani, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but the hospital zoning changed early this year and now the hospitals are no longer able to accept "out of zone" patients. We are seeing an FS at Joondalup (Fert North) And I was admitted there for my OHSS, so we tried to book into their antenatal clinic and were turned away. Joondalup is a beautiful hospital I hope bullsbrook residents are allowed to birth there.


 

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