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My poor friend, send good vibes everyone please

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sleepycatonabroomstick Wed 29-Oct-08 22:03:59

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JodieO Wed 29-Oct-08 22:06:20

Your poor friend Sending good vibes and best wishes for a speedy recovery.

misselizabethbennet Wed 29-Oct-08 22:06:39

That's awful. Poor woman. Hope she gets better soon.

RiojaLover75 Wed 29-Oct-08 22:06:57

Oh sleepycat, that's awful your poor friend. Fingers crossed everything goes OK and mum and baby are reunited soon.

littlelapin Wed 29-Oct-08 22:07:31

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sleepycatonabroomstick Wed 29-Oct-08 22:13:51

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littlelapin Wed 29-Oct-08 22:19:35

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sleepycatonabroomstick Wed 29-Oct-08 23:02:01

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jimjamshaslefttheyurt Wed 29-Oct-08 23:04:11

Your poor friend. Everything crossed for a speedy recovery. Tell her or her dp/dh to ask to read her birth notes now whilst it's still reasonably fresh in her mind (she won't care at the moment, but she might a few months down the line).

ilovemydog Wed 29-Oct-08 23:09:21

shock

But what a brilliant GP...

Agree with jimjam but would suggest she gets them photocopied although this is probably the last thing on her mind.

She's in the best place. The worst is over smile

PsychoAxeMurdererMum Wed 29-Oct-08 23:11:13

OMG, HOW can they have missed that for so longshock

but thankgod the GP was quick to get care!!

<<vibes from bournemouth>>

cathcat Wed 29-Oct-08 23:15:52

That's terrible, very traumatic for them all. Hope she makes a full recovery. let us know how she gets on?

onelittlelion Wed 29-Oct-08 23:16:39

OMG that's awful! Hope she makes a speedy recovery now she is getting the treatmet she needs and is soon reunited with her dd!

CalE Fri 31-Oct-08 16:00:25

Absolutley dreadful, poor woman. As if the childbirth isn't traumatic enough. Hope her op goes okay.xx

spooka Fri 31-Oct-08 16:14:30

Good vibes being sent. Also would recommend that she or her dp contact the breastfeeding counsellors/supporters at the hospital so that they can lend a pump and give advice about keeping her supply up/carrying on with breastfeeding (if she wants to).

Glimmer Sat 01-Nov-08 03:47:36

I am thinking of your friend...
Could you pick up her child and go for a visit?
I am sure they both would love that!

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