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annoyed at casualty

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Fibilou Sat 04-Dec-10 21:17:03

that a woman in labour, in a hospital with a fully functioning maternity unit, would be giving birth in A&E, not just taken up to maternity ?

FFS

A1980 Sat 04-Dec-10 21:18:38

Was there time to move her?

Was there a bed available?

qualitystreetrosescelebrations Sat 04-Dec-10 21:18:57

YANBU
I had to go to A&E whilst pregnant, and they kicked me out to maternity, despite me saying I was not in labour and nothing to do with pregnancy. Maternity kicked me out back to A&E. Oh what a fun couple of hours that was!!!

nigglewiggle Sat 04-Dec-10 21:19:21

I didn't watch, but I presume she was lying down and screaming a LOT!

SantasENormaSnob Sat 04-Dec-10 21:19:35

Depends on whether she was likely to deliver en route.

MrManager Sat 04-Dec-10 21:20:21

Well, it was a hospital, right? YABU

Fibilou Sat 04-Dec-10 21:21:13

sorry, on Casualty on the TV !!!!!

They had time to go to the morgue but not maternity ?

A1980 Sat 04-Dec-10 21:26:23

I think we all knew you meant that.

It was a TV programme, they always over dramatise matters so yes YABU.

LifeIsButtercream Sat 04-Dec-10 22:05:12

I wish I had a birth like the ones on tv...... if they had my birth in an episode it would last until Wednesday....

saintknickerless Sat 04-Dec-10 22:58:39

Before she went to the morgue they were encouraging her to push - so she was presumably fully dilated and contracting heavily. Yet she went to the morgue completely calm!
I think Zoe will end up with the baby.

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