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    Default what can i expect in delivering at 15 weeks...

    Thanks @mummymaybe .. this is a private hospital close to home that Ive had experienced previously for other medical issues and they've been good. I dont really want to travel far for this. If i had a guaranteed good experience public hospital close to home id give it a go but this is a a safer bet for me

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    I've been thinking about you Simil. Your diary is actually amazing. It really captures what it feels like to be in your situation. No one really understands what this is like. The waiting and waiting and waiting.

    No matter under what circumstances your beautiful baby is born, you should consider publishing that, even anonymously. You have a way with words.

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    Thanks @Sally1981. ❤️This forum saved my sanity.

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    Couldn't agree more @Sally1981 waiting for a diagnosis and making all the decisions that follow is a unique and extremely painful process. @Simil I think of you often and hope you are doing as well as you can.

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    @Simil I just want to say that I am another hubber who has been reading your diary.

    I have a DD with a mosaic form of a rare chromosomal disorder, so understand a small part of what you are going through. It is a very lonely journey and there isn't really anything anyone can say to make things better. Just want to let you know that another internet random is thinking of you.

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    A question for those who had to deliver with a an epidural: did you have to stay the night in hospital after the delivery?

    If you didnt deliver with an epidural and used other drugs for pain management how soon were you discharged ?

    Thanks everyone for all of your support.

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    When I had an epidural I was discharged the next day, but I delivered at 9pm so that may have been why. The second time without epidural I left that night, after delivering in the afternoon. Both times it was my choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB77 View Post
    When I had an epidural I was discharged the next day, but I delivered at 9pm so that may have been why. The second time without epidural I left that night, after delivering in the afternoon. Both times it was my choice.
    Oh god, you've had to do this twice??

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    Default what can i expect in delivering at 15 weeks...

    My original plan was a vaginal birth with epidural and I was told I could stay as long as I wanted. I ended up with a caesarean and significant blood loss so stayed 3 nights after the birth.

    Once you've given birth you will need to give the epidural time to wear off so you can safely walk and you will also need to do a wee just to make sure everything is working.

    I know during my admission when Harry was born I was given lots of options and really got to dictate my own timeline. Everyone (ob midwives DH) would have liked me to stay longer but I just wanted out. I know you don't want to discuss the emotional stuff but you will also be given the chance to stay and meet and say goodbye to your baby if you want to.
    Last edited by Mum-I-Am; 21-05-2017 at 05:31.

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    Simil, so sorry to hear. Hugs x
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