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    My DD is 7 @AdornedWithCats and still co-sleeps

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    Quote Originally Posted by HearMeRoar View Post
    My DD is 7 @AdornedWithCats and still co-sleeps
    Same here with my DS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdornedWithCats View Post
    How did the co-sleeping end @Wissa? My ds is 3 and doesn't look like he'll stop co-sleeping for a long time. But we don't have his own room set up either so maybe that's why.
    We set up her room and asked her what she would like in it. So we made sure she knew it was for her.

    The first night was a total fluke! We went out swimming for the day and when she came home she just read books and watched her iPad on the bed and fell asleep!

    Next few nights we popped her in bed, sang a few songs, had a cuddle and left her too it.

    I think she was just ready. I was so worried about how to start it that I kept putting it off and she did it herself!!

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    @M'LadyEm

    Question have you even known a c-sex Mum to be discharged on the same day. Ie c-sec at 7am discharged at 8pm. One of dp's employees wife is having a sec on wed and they have said she will be discharged that night. Sounds to odd to me even in the public system

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    @M'LadyEm

    Question have you even known a c-sex Mum to be discharged on the same day. Ie c-sec at 7am discharged at 8pm. One of dp's employees wife is having a sec on wed and they have said she will be discharged that night. Sounds to odd to me even in the public system
    Short answer, Nope. What on earth are they thinking?!? We don't normally mobilize out of bed until 8-12hrs post CS as you need time for the spinal to wear off. There is no way anyone would be capable of being discharged to care for a baby after a major operation like that. Even discharge at 24 hours post CS would be pushing it. We discharge from 36-48hrs post CS and I think even that is way too quick after a major operation.

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    I am not asleep. It's 2:30 and I have no reason not to be asleep. Children are sleeping. Husband is sleeping. I am not sleeping. Blegh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M'LadyEm View Post
    Short answer, Nope. What on earth are they thinking?!? We don't normally mobilize out of bed until 8-12hrs post CS as you need time for the spinal to wear off. There is no way anyone would be capable of being discharged to care for a baby after a major operation like that. Even discharge at 24 hours post CS would be pushing it. We discharge from 36-48hrs post CS and I think even that is way too quick after a major operation.
    Thank you. That's exactly what I thought. I'll tell them again and again to refuse. Even I was 21 hours getting out of bed with the aid of my midwife. I felt fine but the next day I collapsed as my blood pressure dropped

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    I would definitely tell them to refuse. That's ridiculous. Unless they're sending home a Midwife, chef and cleaner for them for a couple of days so hubby can just focus on his wife and baby and she can just focus on getting her head around having a baby and a tender tummy!

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    After my C section.. Day 1 I stood up., day 2 I had a very careful shower with nurses close by. Day 3.. Gentle walk.. There would be no way I would want to head home then! I had 6 nights in hospital.. Though could have gone home the previous day.

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