Whoops, I forgot

Discussion in 'Pregnancy - Third Trimester' started by pickles, Jan 29, 2011.

  1. pickles

    pickles Well-Known Member

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    to go for my 28 week blood test!
    According to the hospital's dates I'm officially 29 weeks today. Will it be too late to go on Monday morning? I'm seeing my MW on Tuesday, so I'm probably going to get a telling off lol.

    I've been so busy and absorbed with the Gestational Diabetes that I was diagnosed with a week ago I didn't even think about the blood test :wacko:
     
  2. xxsweetkisses

    xxsweetkisses Maddison @ 12 days old <3

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    I Had my 28 Week bloods done at 27 weeks and 6 days hun...so i dont think it matters if its like a 2 weeks late as long as they get done xxx
     
  3. surreysharon

    surreysharon Mum to Harry born @ 36wks

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    i had them done at 29 weeks and 2 days, its absolutely fine, just make an appt to go this week x
     
  4. megan09

    megan09 Well-Known Member

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    I had mine done at 29 + 5, was really unwell for 2 weeks. She didn't even ask me how far gone I was hehe xx
     
  5. meg79

    meg79 Well-Known Member

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    I was in my 36 week appointment when she realised I never had them done - there's no hassle! x
     
  6. mazee71

    mazee71 surprise #5

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    the 28 bloods just mainly check your iron levels, don't worry monday will be fine
     
  7. pickles

    pickles Well-Known Member

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    Aww thank you all. I was worried about the MW thinking I'm going to be a bad mother lol.
     

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