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    Heids.... Would you consider swapping to a great gp and do shared care? It's free too. You will only need to go for your 36w appt at hospy
    Thats a good suggestion, I will consider it this time. Is it free even for non bulk billing docs? I have to go visit my gp before next thursday anyway so I will chat to her about it.

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    I believe so. I remember reading on one of my receipts, it said no fee after 20weeks doing the shared care program. I'm assuming it's free Australia wide.

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    I made an appointment with my GP tomorrow, so I shall investigate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazza78 View Post
    Heids.... Would you consider swapping to a great gp and do shared care? It's free too. You will only need to go for your 36w appt at hospy
    I was wondering what you were talking about for a while. Haha

    Heids if you want any info on homebirth just ask. Apparently about 30% of homebirths are vbacs. Its the only way some women can get supported.

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    I was wondering what you were talking about for a while. Haha

    Heids if you want any info on homebirth just ask. Apparently about 30% of homebirths are vbacs. Its the only way some women can get supported.
    I would love a homebirth but DH wouldn't, and it is out of our financial reach currently. DH cracks it even when I go to my full fee gp! Tighta$$...

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    Yeah it is quite expensive. And partner support is really important.

    Fx your maternity care works out for the better.

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    Starting to think having my mum look after ds isn't going to work out. It's bringing back all this baggage from when I was a kid and it's obvious she hasn't changed. It's not the little minor things either, its the enotionally damaging things.

    And she takes it personally every single time I do or think something different to what she did. Plus she can't even take ds to the playground for 5mins during their 1hr walk.

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    That doesn't sound good adorned. What kind if stuff are we talking about? Not just a choccy after lunch I'm guessing.
    What would you do for care instead?

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    Heids, dh was a defiant no to a homebirth too. If I ever give birth again I'd love it to be in water, hospital or home, I think pushing underwater would feel so much less tear-y scary.

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    Nah she doesn't give him choccy fortunately. Haha

    Some of its stuff she doesn't realise...like laughing when he is upset/frustrated. She does it because she thinks he is being silly/cute and doesn't realise it undermines his feelings.

    Some of it has been the way she has treated me recently ("you aren't going to do that are you?" Geez thanks for the judgement) and an unwillingness to update her knowledge of stuff (she seriously thought I had made up white noise today lol). I'll come backe later...

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