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Old Jun 30th, 2018, 01:35 AM   11
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It went really well. The good news is that she's turned around so I don't need a c-section.
My local hospital only do planned early inductions on a Monday, so I'm booked in for the 9th July (as there wasn't enough time to book for this Monday coming).
I can barely walk, and I'm in so much pain, but at least there is an end is sight!



 
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Old Jun 30th, 2018, 11:18 AM   12
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Thats fantastic news my gp just upd my pain killers to tramadol 2 tablets up to 4 times a day and paracetamol and the pain is still bad how did you manage to get them to agree im suffering bad think i need to come to your area lmao and at this rate i really would consider anything xx
I know this is off the OP's subject(my apologies OP) but I was wondering if your doctor is worried about withdrawl in baby from the tramadol? Do you have to wean off it before birth? I had to start taking it for SPD, osteoarthritis in my hip and nerve damage in my mid-back (from shingles, years ago). I'm terrified of any side effects for the baby but I'm in so much pain on a daily basis that I can't function, and tylenol is no help at all. I was taking flexeril(still am) and tylenol before the pain got really bad but now I'm on flexeril, tramadol and tylenol everyday. TIA



 
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Old Jun 30th, 2018, 11:25 AM   13
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It went really well. The good news is that she's turned around so I don't need a c-section.
My local hospital only do planned early inductions on a Monday, so I'm booked in for the 9th July (as there wasn't enough time to book for this Monday coming).
I can barely walk, and I'm in so much pain, but at least there is an end is sight!
YAY! I hope your induction goes smoothly!!



 
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Old Jun 30th, 2018, 22:51 PM   14
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I'm glad you'll get to met your baby and get some relief soon! Fingers crossed everything goes smoothly for you!



 
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Old Jul 4th, 2018, 04:19 AM   15
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Thats fantastic news my gp just upd my pain killers to tramadol 2 tablets up to 4 times a day and paracetamol and the pain is still bad how did you manage to get them to agree im suffering bad think i need to come to your area lmao and at this rate i really would consider anything xx
I know this is off the OP's subject(my apologies OP) but I was wondering if your doctor is worried about withdrawl in baby from the tramadol? Do you have to wean off it before birth? I had to start taking it for SPD, osteoarthritis in my hip and nerve damage in my mid-back (from shingles, years ago). I'm terrified of any side effects for the baby but I'm in so much pain on a daily basis that I can't function, and tylenol is no help at all. I was taking flexeril(still am) and tylenol before the pain got really bad but now I'm on flexeril, tramadol and tylenol everyday. TIA
I know how you feel with worries about withdrawal in baby. Iím on the codiene and refused to take max dose because I was terrified it would cause issues. I spoke with a pead and my consultant and they both said withdrawal in baby is different to adults - theyíll just be more unsettled for a day or
Two etc.
They only prescribe the meds if the benefits of you taking them outweigh the cons and risks to baby, so if your dr has told
You to take them itís because not taking them could potentially be worse for you and baby.

Saying that, Iím a hypocrite because I still donít take the full dose. Iím currently stuck in bed in agony and wonít take more than 2 doses a day instead of the 4



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2018, 11:15 AM   16
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Good luck for today xx



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2018, 12:26 PM   17
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Good luck for today xx
Thank you my lovely.
Unfortunately the labour ward is full so induction has been put back to tomorrow.
Iím so impatient. Feeling deflated. But Iíve waited 8months to meet her so whatís an extra 24 hours?



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2018, 13:16 PM   18
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24 hours in pregnant is a month.



 
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Old Jul 9th, 2018, 14:06 PM   19
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24 hours in pregnant is a month.
Haha!
Yes, I second this!
My DD is staying with a friend tonight, as we expected me to be in hospital, and Iíve been soooooo bored! Today has dragged. Iíll cry if I phone in the morning and the ward is still too full lol



 
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That would be awful. So funny to think that hospitals and delivery centers must have times when nothing happens at all, and other days they're just crazy, babies being born at the same time!!



 
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