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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Thanks girls, it's been 72hrs now so I'm guessing nothing is going to happen anytime soon, most of what I've read says a few hours to a day or so

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    Are you due today? I think you're a day ahead of me. Besides losing your show, how are you feeling? I feel nothing but heartburn!

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    Toby was born 4 days after my first bloody show. Hope there's a baby here soon x

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    I was due on the 1st J.

    I had some regular cx last night for about 2 hours but all stopped, so engine must be warming up. I have OB appointment today for an assessment for induction tomorrow but its not something I am happy to do as he wants the full works from the get go- gel (if needed), arom, drip, constant (non portable) ctg. Which means no pool. I've used the pool with all of my previous labours and 2 births.

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    I lost my mucous plus about 40 hours before labour started and had my bloody show about 25 minutes before DD was born.

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    Thinking of you xox

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    I got bumped.

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    I had an induction with ARM & the drip, & monitor on for continuous monitoring, and i was still able to use the bath to labour - i agreed that i would get out to push. They put on a portable monitor that was waterproof. I dont see why they would be unable to use a portable monitor, it does the same job as the monitor that is on a cord - is this something you could push for? Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheeeeesecake View Post
    I had an induction with ARM & the drip, & monitor on for continuous monitoring, and i was still able to use the bath to labour - i agreed that i would get out to push. They put on a portable monitor that was waterproof. I dont see why they would be unable to use a portable monitor, it does the same job as the monitor that is on a cord - is this something you could push for? Good luck!
    Thanks hun but no portable monitors here xo

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