Great news! Love hearing about all these successful scans!!
So exhausted!! I'm literally lying on the playroom floor with ds combing all over me. Lucky he's too busy to notice.
Oh my, I do the same thing! Come 4:30 I get a pillow and lie in the middle of his mat and he happily plays around me or brings books to me. Ha
Olive Oil (02-07-2015)
Has anyone decided whether they'll do shared care or midwife led care yet? GP asked me today and I'm not sure. We are going public and in the catchment area for the royal women's hospital.
We are going private. I have a Unicornuate uterus (a small uterus) which has a risk of a pre-term labour (usually from 35 weeks).
I am going private too. Back to the same OB and hospital I delivered DS with. Sorry I can't be much help
Same, going private. Sorry I can't help.
Thanks okay, Thanks anyway
@A&S I am going public and also equally confused, especially as this is my first baby. I called the hospital I plan on going to and they told me to call back when I am 20 weeks. They said only high-risk pregnancies see the midwives for antenatal care and I should do shared care through GP. Problem is I don't really have a GP I just go to the bulk bill clinic near my house when I need to. I spoke to FS and he said he doesn't think the hospital gave me the right info and he would like to see me treated as high risk and seeing mid wives and well before 20 weeks. He said he would prefer me to continue to see him if that was the case. I guess I need to call the hospital again for more info. What is midwife LED care? I wish we had a womens hospital nearby, I am on the Gold Coast and have Tweed Hospital or GC University Hospital which has had some pretty bad reviews since its opened.
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