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    Quote Originally Posted by French Pear View Post
    Is 38 weeks considered too early unless there is a complication?
    I think so... I'm booked in for 37+6 as I'm not allowed to go over 38+0 due to previous classical and that's considered a little early for a schedule c-section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by French Pear View Post
    Is 38 weeks considered too early unless there is a complication?
    Yes current research says after 38.5weeks is best so that's usually what hospital policy reflects...

    My OB booked mine in at 38weeks (got changed to 37w6d due to theatre availability) as bub is breech.

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    39 +4, I chose Friday the 13th as there was only 2 scheduled.. Wonder why?

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    38 weeks for no.1 and this time will be 38+1!

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    Ds1 40wks emergency
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    I was told it used to be 38 standard but studies show best outcomes at 39ks (unless medically indicated bub should come out another gest)

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    41 weeks - emergency c-section. Had a s&s, went into labour that night, had an epi then her heart rate dropped, so rushed off to theatre.

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    Mine has been booked for 38+2 due to breech

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