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    Out of interest, is anyone doing shared care with their GP? I saw a doctor at the hospital clinic about 5 weeks ago, and my next appt at the clinic is early December. I see the midwife in mid-October and the rest of the time it's my GP. The hospital just seems really hands-off. My GP was surprised that I'm only scheduled to see the hospital doctor twice in the entire pregnancy.

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    @Shawly Im doing shared care. My last MW appt was at 20 weeks and next one wont be til 36 weeks when the hospital takes over.

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    Great, thanks!!

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    @Shawly yep that's completely normal for shared care. Providing you are low risk then you just see the hospital for those couple of booking in & review appts then your GP looks after the rest of your antenatal care.
    @Wishnhope love your sewing! Looks great! I have just bought a basic sewing machine to fix hems/holes etc I wish I knew how to actually make stuff tho!

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    Ironically, they send me to the high dependency clinic, but still don't seem that concerned!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Hopeful View Post
    @Wishnhope love your sewing! Looks great! I have just bought a basic sewing machine to fix hems/holes etc I wish I knew how to actually make stuff tho!
    @Mrs Hopeful you tube tutorials are amazing, if you can sew in a straight line then you can make heaps of stuff. I was selling heaps on ebay with simple sewing techniques.
    Im surprised how many people cant sew though, my dad taught me when I was in my teens to fix holes etc.

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    lol whoops! hormones!!!
    just snapped at some guy on the phone at work... he was getting "shirty" at me because another girl in the office wasn't in and had said she would get back to him today and how important it was...
    Well.. she's been having to deal with a death this week (company not personal) and will get back to you early next week.

    sheesh people.. get your priorities right!!!

    Can't wait to be out of this hole... FINALLY just been given my annual and sick leave balances... Annual I only have 10 days... and personal i am -6... hmmm not sure i agree with the annual...

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    Ooh @Wishnhope thanks I will look up some YouTube tutorials and start making things once Uni finishes, as I'll have about 5 weeks spare before baby is due I used to sew as a teenager (mum showed me then) but I can't remember anything now except the basics.

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    I can't sew (or rather, don't want to as I don't have the patience!) lucky for me my mum is an amazing sewer... I should put up a pic of the gorgeous embroidered blankets she made us. They are so lovely I almost don't want to use them!

    Last day of work was lovely! Work colleagues gave us a very generous parcel of gifts....feel very lucky!

    Now, time to put those feet up!

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    Quick post ladies.
    I just wanted to announce the birth of our wonder twins at 11:30 and 11:33 this morning via emergency c section.
    Both are intubated, but only in air now as they didn't require oxygen anymore.
    Ill write a big post later.

    Sent from my GT-I9305T using The Bub Hub mobile app

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