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    Quote Originally Posted by Roopee View Post
    You don't need to stay two night of you don't want/need to. Is this a private or a public hospital? Do they say why?

    Public hospital. No they wont state why this is their policy... Im sure I could pry further but its nice to know I don't HAVE to stay if I don't want to .

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    OP maybe just ask the hospital now before you book in with them. Personally I'm looking forward to the 4 night stay I'll get at my hospital (will be quite a nice break from our 3 year old!!)

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    Gosh, I birthed all 3 of my babies in a public hospital, and left within 48 hours every time.

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    Yeah itll be lovely bonding with this beautiful bub, however if ds1 isnt coping without me, or I end up going nuts with hospital food, restrictions etc then I just wanna be able to go home whenever I please .

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    True. If you'd rather be at home you should have the freedom to choose.


 

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