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    It's awful isn't it gaviscon and milk help but it's still blegh!

    I think there is prescription meds you can take, obviously just need to check re breastfeeding etc.

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    Yep.. My hubby has it and has to take somac or solzol it's called.. They were going to put me on it too, I was put on a trial run and it went away but then it came back and I just never went back to the dr.. My hubbies sister had a little boy a few months ago now and he suffers it really bad, (same as hubby when he was a baby).. And I have a friend whose little boy (18 months) has to take medication for it too... Riytalitan or something... I feel their pain... Poor babies.. 😟

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    I read a great tip for what to pack for during labour, take some shower clothes (board shorts/bathers) for your partner in case you want them in the shower with you. Also a pair of closed in shoes in case of cesarean - DP will need them in theatre.

    Another good one I thought was to pack a towel and a large plastic bag in your car to sit on while in labour in case your water breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnybambino View Post
    And in case no one has mentioned it, make sure you pack a good camera! If you happen to go in for a c section you won't be allowed to take your mobile in to theatre (well that's the rule at my hospital) so don't rely on your mobile's camera.
    If you put your phone into airplane mode it shouldn't be an issue. Makes it no different to a camera then.

    Quote Originally Posted by gamermummy View Post
    Our local hospital wants us to bring in 6 of everything. SIX. Six lots of wraps, onesies, leggings, singlets, socks. It's insane! I don't plan on being there that long.
    All you need is a couple of mucousy vomits and some sneaky wee's when you change the nappy and there goes a few onesies, singlets and wraps!!!

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    they don't like you to take video footage either from what I've heard? not sure if this is a blanket rule or just varies by hospital.

    my BIL was filming his kid's first bath in the hospital on his phone and got about a minute in before the midwife told him off that video is not allowed.

    I can only assume if it's a no go during bath time then it'll be totally outlawed in the birth suite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    they don't like you to take video footage either from what I've heard? not sure if this is a blanket rule or just varies by hospital.

    my BIL was filming his kid's first bath in the hospital on his phone and got about a minute in before the midwife told him off that video is not allowed.

    I can only assume if it's a no go during bath time then it'll be totally outlawed in the birth suite.
    Depends on the hospital policy.

    Our state-wide policy is no photography, video/audio recording unless you ask permission of all staff members present, which I think is quite fair and reasonable.

    If you were taking a video of your husband doing baby's bath and there was no staff members present in the video then that's fine. But if the midwife is doing the bath then you need to ask permission.

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