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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 15:08 PM   1
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I'm getting induced!


I had my appointment with the consultant today. They did a scan, and baby is estimated at 6lb, on the 50th centile line and is looking perfect. Because of my SPD and irritable uterus, I asked if I could be induced. They checked over my records and read the reports from labour ward, and they decided that its in baby's best interest to come early. Unfortunately, Baby is still breech - so I have a scan at 36 weeks, to see if she's moved. If she hasn't, I'll be having a c-section the following week, but if she has, I can opt for induction.
I'm relieved I haven't got to go much longer in this much pain. But now I'm freaking out, wondering if we're ready haha!



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 15:19 PM   2
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That's great news. I'm so glad your Dr has you and babys best interest in mind. x



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 15:30 PM   3
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That's fab news! X



 
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Old Jun 14th, 2018, 18:26 PM   4
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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



 
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Old Jun 15th, 2018, 15:30 PM   5
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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
Iím under consultant care at the hospital in my area because I have a complicated medical history. They decided based on a successful previous early induction and because of the reports they had from the Physio, from midwife appointments and the on-call dr when I was admitted this week with the irritable uterus.
Iím in a lot of pain all of the time with my back, legs, pelvis and now my uterus and the contractions. They just decided it was in the best interest for us both to bring her early. Iíve never seen my GP for any of the problems though - always a consultant at the hospital.



 
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Old Jun 15th, 2018, 19:31 PM   6
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I think because my experience with ds3 i decided from the very begining that unless i feel like im dying lol dramatic but true or my c/midwive tells me to go to triarge im staying far away from hospitals which is why there isnt a consultant involved as should be classed as high risk but lied which now getting to this point is now getting hard good luck ive never needed being induced tho i normally naturally have premature labours xx



 
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That's great news!



 
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Fab news! X



 
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