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    Default What to wear to hospital for elective cesarean?

    This is honestly a silly question, I think I'm overthinking this.

    Last time I had an emergency, we went to the hospital when I went into labour in the middle of the night in trackies. This time I'm having an elective, what do I wear into hospital? Dressed up properly like jeans and a nice top or casually/ comfortably in trackies?

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    I wore mat jeans and a top, but they change you into a gown so it doesn't matter

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    I had a winter baby so was wearing jeans and a jumper, but as CakeyMumma said, was changed into the Hospital gown.

    All the best with your birth.

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    Something comfortable for sitting around in before you have to put a gown on.

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    I'd go comfort over style. With my elective, I just wore a shirt, jumper and comfy pants. I was admitted on arrival, put in my room and changed into their gown and sexy compression stockings, so wasn't in my clothes for long. Good luck!

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    I wore whatever still fit by that stage haha

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