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    No Dr/midwife can predict when your baby is going to be born. Seems very strange they told you they could. Why dont you just refuse induction at this stage if you dont want one?

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    There has been little to no fetal movements felt by myself, and yet on the ecg they pick her up. there is now a great risk that we could loose her, which we have just found out about 10 mins, its either today or tom that it will happen.


 

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