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    For the ladies that dis have inductions, we're these in public hospitals? And if so how did you go about arranging it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    For the ladies that dis have inductions, we're these in public hospitals? And if so how did you go about arranging it?
    Private sorry, it was discussed at my oby appointment

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    I was also private. And discussed why with my ob.

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    No, private sorry.

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    Private sorry, i would think if your dr is happy and given your history they should be able to give valid reasons for one

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    My gp is all for it, he agrees that the risks are there. Have my hospital app at the close one next week, hopefully they will be understanding and allow it.
    If not my gp has quite a few contacts at the hospital that's an hr away... *sigh* I just hope everyone will cooperate :/ including bub haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    My gp is all for it, he agrees that the risks are there. Have my hospital app at the close one next week, hopefully they will be understanding and allow it.
    If not my gp has quite a few contacts at the hospital that's an hr away... *sigh* I just hope everyone will cooperate :/ including bub haha
    I hope it all goes well

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    I have had an induction with my fourth for similar reasons, I'd had shoulder dystopia with my second, a fast labour with my third, lost a bit of blood with my third but not a PPH amount, lived 40 minutes away from the hospital.
    The actual induction and birth was my easiest yet and I lost the least amount of blood out of all 4. The induction started with gel to get bubs head to move down then the next day my waters were broken. DD arrived 25 minutes later.
    I was through the public system and the OB wanted to induce me between 38-39 weeks due to the shoulder dystopia I didn't have to ask
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    Quote Originally Posted by TableDancer View Post
    I have an induction with my fourth for similar reasons,
    Did you go private or public?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    Did you go private or public?
    Sorry I edited above as my phone posted before I was done. I was a public patient

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