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    Do they still have a newborn nursery or do they room in??

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    Bub stays with you.

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    im having bubs at royal too. good to know to keep intentions loud and clear. why must some midwives be so horrible is beyond me. if they don't like their job they should do something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabailey View Post
    Do they still have a newborn nursery or do they room in??
    Normally, bub is with you.

    I was freaking out this time because I am going to have bub with me straight out of recovery - coming from my midwife - they don't have the nursery per say anymore... However, if you are stressed/sick/whatever, they do take the bub for a night of two if you aren't coping.

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    I had my DD there last April at 25 weeks, I was rushed there from Toowoomba for a emergency cesarean as bub was coming 15 weeks early. DD was in NICU and SCN for 3 and half months and I had to live at Ronald Mcdonald house the whole time. My experience was good, I was so scared but they helped me a lot. The birth, the hospital stay where good and the around the clock care for my DD was exceptional/Amazing. I ran into a couple older school nurses in NICU that made me feel a little uncomfortable but most of them I give 100% credit.

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    Bump!!

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    I'm due August and having my 4th there.
    Got gd this time, I do agree be strict with what you want or you will not be heard


 

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