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    Default Second bub early on time or over due ?

    I'm currently 38 weeks with bub number 2, there are 9 1/2 years between the two of them and curious to know what everyone's experiences are second time around.
    My first was 2 weeks over due and long labour.

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    I'm 37+5 the exact gestation I was when my water broke with no1... guess I'll find out in the next 12 hours! But don't really feel like it'll be today.

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    DD1 40 weeks
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    Waters broke spontaneously each time.

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    DS1 - 38 weeks
    DS2 - 37 weeks
    DS3 - 37+5 weeks

    17.5 years between 1& 2, 4 years between 2& 3

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    DS 40 weeks
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    I have 3 years between my kids. First bub I was induced on due date (my decision there were no medical issues). Pretty quick labour. Started induction at maybe 9 or 10 pm and baby was born at 7am.

    2nd bub was spontaneous at 38ish weeks. Was 2.5 hours from 1st contaction to baby in arms.

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    DD 38 weeks
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    Thanks for you answers ladies
    It's amazing to see how different we all are and how they really do just turn up when they are ready 😊

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    **** Please delete if Inappropriate ****

    Hey there PERTH ladies!

    My name is Salice Bannan, I am a FINAL YEAR midwifery student at Curtin University, Perth WA. I am here to find women that are willing to allow myself to join you in your pregnancy, birth and postnatal experience. I am looking for woman that are 32 weeks or over (as I finish my studies early December).

    The continuity of care experience (CCE) is a part of my learning criteria in an aim to follow through with 20 woman, learning and advocating along the way.

    It is a great opportunity for both parties as it allows you, as the mother-to-be or mother-to-be-again to have a familiar face at each appointment as well as an added support system.

    I hope this has sparked some interest, if you have any more questions I am happy to send through further information about the opportunity.

    Thanks for your time and I hope to hear from you soon!!!

    Feel free to contact me at: sall.b@hotmail.com

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