Ended up at hospital for a few hours.

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  1. redbear

    redbear Well-Known Member

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    To be monitored :roll: I hadn't felt the baby move all morning so told mw at the appointment and she tryed to feel baby and see if it moved, she listened to HB but took 5 minutes to find it felt like 10 years! but she said to go to hospital for monitoring because she wasnt happy.
    Went up and waited an hour for a bed, still no movement.
    Laid down was strapped up and the cheeky bugger started moving :)
    So they measured Hb and movement and after 10 minutes lady came over and said it looked good, then the other MW said well if your happy dont leave her on, Our Mw said that it was only a short reading but other mw said it was ok. so she took me off, never explained anything just wrote in my book and then said that if it happened again to drink something ice cold...:eh:.... im sure if it was that simple my MW would have done that in the first place, not sent me in. :wall2: she made me feel a bit foolish really even tho i was sent there!
    Anyway im glad LO is fine thats the most important thing! xx
     
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    :roll: they really can make you feel like a time waster can't they? Glad baby is ok and don't let her attitude put you off mentioning stuff hunny xxxxxxxxxx
     
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    Glad all was well with LO - always best to get checked out!
     
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    Good to hear little one is ok. i know what you mean about some mw! x
     
  5. LoopyLouize

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    Glad all is well hun, better safe than sorry :) x
     
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    Some MWs make you seem useless, glad LO is okay though xxx
     
  7. redbear

    redbear Well-Known Member

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    Well i didnt want to waste there time thats why i didnt go in last time baby went quiet i just told my midwife about it, but this time she told me to go in... i didnt just go ringing them up i went for advice first!
    She made me feel a bit shit but my midwife said at this stage they dont mess around, i would rather have it checked and them think im over reacting than waiting for something bad to happen.
     
  8. Lewa

    Lewa Well-Known Member

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    It's definitely better to be check on your baby once too much rather than once too little!
    Glad everything was ok :)
     
  9. jojo_2012

    jojo_2012 Well-Known Member

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    Good for u getting it checked. Glad it all worked out ok!

    * tapatalking from my bb *
     
  10. Nurse 26

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    Glad everything is ok, thats a bit mean she made you feel like that, after all thats their job to make sure all is ok. xx
     
  11. JoJo79

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    Glad alls ok hunni

    Take no notice of the mw some of them can be so snotty, id rather any of us went every day if we were concerned then not and something happen, its what theyre there for xxx
     

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