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If you've forgotten that is
call your HV? or midwife?
Gawd, was 4 years ago and in a different part of UK...
Mine was on hte birth report that I got at teh time. I think that is the only place that you will find it without requesting a copy of your maternity notes.
You can ask to see your medical notes but I think there is a small fee - about £10 - £15 for them to get them out! Try your midwife or hospital where you had DC - Good luck
Look in their red book?
I wouuldn't know my DCs' unless i looked them up either
Is it not written in their red books?
Would my GP have a note of it on current medical notes?
SLightly - how come you got a birth report??
Don't have red books because my filing cabinet was stolen in France
mine wasnt written in the red book
And was a homebirth.
Sorry, appreciate suggestions
I got a envelope of stuff....most of it was to give to MW at home vists but I was told I could keep 1 page.
Just lists things like times of each stage, MW delivering, tearing, weight, apgar etc.
Is it not in your birth notes?
I think your medical notes is the best bet in that case....
oh right. Nice to have isnt it?
best to contact the hospital or midwife and go from there
It may be but I don't have them Nab.
This is going to be impossible, I can tell. I guess best bet might be to phone GP surgery??
Did you have a birthing partner? Can they remember? Or would a family member have written it down or remember it if you had told them shortly after the birth?
i dont think the Gp will have as they dont get involved in this stuff.......Ring him/her and see what can u find out
Mine is in with DDs box of bits.
I have to say I didn't get one with DTDs 6yrs ago, but I wasn't given any notes to take away for visiting MW as I had my postnatal checks at hosp rather than at home.
I would request a copy of your maternity notes. It will definately be in there.
Was 2.25 am on 22nd September 2003
Cool Where did you find it?
Phoned GP who put me on to nurse who suggested ringing hospital the homebirth midwife came from.
So, rang Furness General in Cumbria and they had the info within the hour. Fab!
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