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    Ah bugger @Evelynmoo......was hoping that all would happen naturally for you.

    I'm guessing you're seeing Prof V? If so, please rest assured that he and his team will look after you, and at least you (and they) know going in that you have heart issues and will be ready for anything I'm sure.

    Will be thinking of you Saturday, and look forward to reading how it all went when you wake up Xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby16 View Post
    Ah bugger @Evelynmoo......was hoping that all would happen naturally for you.

    I'm guessing you're seeing Prof V? If so, please rest assured that he and his team will look after you, and at least you (and they) know going in that you have heart issues and will be ready for anything I'm sure.

    Will be thinking of you Saturday, and look forward to reading how it all went when you wake up Xo
    Yep Prof V. Did you have your surgery on a Saturday too?

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    With my second mc I had booked in with prof V for a d&c- & I think it was for a Saturday, but ended up mc'ing naturally beforehand thankfully.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby16 View Post
    With my second mc I had booked in with prof V for a d&c- & I think it was for a Saturday, but ended up mc'ing naturally beforehand thankfully.....
    Bit awkward saying wow thats lucky but its how i feel right about now.

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    I get what you mean....I felt/feel the same way after AS, if you can do it without surgical intervention all the better.......at least you know Prof V is the man and you won't end up with any further damage to your precious uterus......ps did I read on another thread that you are booked in for a consult with Dr M? Good move I reckon, I am seeing him and he's fab xo

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby16 View Post
    I get what you mean....I felt/feel the same way after AS, if you can do it without surgical intervention all the better.......at least you know Prof V is the man and you won't end up with any further damage to your precious uterus......ps did I read on another thread that you are booked in for a consult with Dr M? Good move I reckon, I am seeing him and he's fab xo
    Im just worrying about waking up. I have heart problems so im always anxious about going under and something happening. But yes i have also booked in with Dr M.
    Ive made a few appts with different docs in the hope god realises theres so much i need to live for.

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    Of course- but as you say, so much to wake up for....especially with the prospect of a little one/s to look forward to

    Thoughts will be with you on Sat - biggest of cyber hugs xo

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    Morning,

    I'm still on pessaries 2x400 a day. I have an OB appt on Monday and will probably be taken off them then.

    I forgot to take my morning pessary this morning. I'm thinking it should be Ok at this stage (13weeks) but what do u all think? should I call my OB? Or just continue tonight as normal?
    Thoughts?

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    It would probably be ok if you are just about to be taken off them but maybe just call your OB to put your mind at rest and be double sure. That's what we pay them the big bucks for!!

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    I would forget them all the time lol. It won't be a problem.

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