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    Quote Originally Posted by reilic View Post

    How many days did you actually spend in the ward after the birth? We are worried about this too.
    Because I was with the birth centre section I came home 8 hours after my Dd was born and didn't go to the ward at all. I could have stayed overnight in the birth centre if I wanted to. If you go through the regular birth suite I think you can stay on the ward roughly 3 days if you don't have any complications.

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    Thanks for the explanation, Betty

    Given it's natural birth, how did you find it going home just 8hr after the birth?

    How did your scan go Ace22?

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    We just did the 8-week ultrasound at Canberra Imaging at Belco. It was so exciting to see the fetus! :-D It's dated only 7w4d though. We were surprised to see such strong heart beats on the screen. it's amazing.

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    Hi ladies, just wanted to wish you all luck with your pregnancies 😃 like Betty, I had my first bub in July but had her at John James. It will be lovely to see how you all progress!

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    Hey sorry I've been MIA things have been crazy and haven't had time for my bub hub fix.

    I hope all is well! We are 15 weeks today. Feeling pretty good although have been feeling a bit uncomfortable past two weeks. All this stretching business is annoying lol

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