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    When did you discuss birth options with an ob or midwife? Birth plans ect?

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    Dd3 and dd4 were really the only ones I ever discussed birth plans with and thats only because I went through a birth centre so had to fill in forms for water birth etc. It wasnt really a discussion, more just going through options over the pregnancy and me saying what I would like/not like. Ive never really had a birth plan as such, just an idea of how I would like things if all went smoothly (which only 1 out of my 4 actually did lol).

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    Before I booked with them. X

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    I had a drug free water birth with my sonthen surgery afterwards. My daughter was so prem it was.......drug me up good and then I had general. Both natural and no scars. I had a c section booked with my daughter but she came early and I natural birthed her it seems I have no c-section choices this pregnancy.

    I assumed women had a choice. :/

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    When I booked with the ob.

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    For DD it was at 28 weeks with my OB (private hospital)

    This time it's been more a continual discussion with my midwife about what id like. Turns out pretty much everything I want is standard practice in the birth centre anyhow.

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    With #1 before everything went wrong, it was me that bought it up with my OB at the 20 week appt, so not sure when he would have discussed it with me, but some time after 20 weeks presumably.

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    We discussed various things at each appointment but made & discussed in depth a final plan at 36 weeks. This was with my midwives (independent midwives).

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