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cbd Fri 05-Oct-12 14:08:08

A big thank you to all of you that have helped me out recently, finally heard back from jobcentre they are looking into a review of my ESA and I've finally been given a diagnoses for my seizures and blackouts, have Non-epileptic Attack Disorder (NEAD) so pleased for that and now been told that as baby's condition hasn't got worse (not improved but not got worse) i can deliver my baby naturally and in my home town so i can see family and friends after birth smile baby will only need to be transferred to QMC now if there is any major problems that Lincoln can not deal with. I'm now 37 weeks and i'm waiting for my induction date now, as been told the drs dont want me to go over 39 weeks.

Just thought I'd let you all know how i'm getting on. Also been offered the flu and wooping cough jabs but have to wait for comfirmation from my neurologist to say if i can have them due to my brain function problems (NEAD). Hope your all doing well and LO's are ok

HaveALittleFaith Fri 05-Oct-12 15:27:47

I've been thinking of you, that such great news smile I'm so glad you've got it sorted out. Hopefully now you can relax a but until baby comes! Did you get everything you needed for the baby now?

cbd Wed 10-Oct-12 11:10:35

Thank you HaveALittleFaith,

Everyone has been veru supportive at the hospital, children's centre and on here. My Family support worker has helped me to pay off my baby plan with mothercare so just waiting on delivery this friday of my pushchair, carseat and cot bed with matteress, I can't wait. Also at clinic on monday 15th hopefully to be given an induction date for the week after. so not long now till baby comes, getting nervous and excitied. Also hooping to have money finally sorted out by the end of the month as I've just sent in a load of supporting evidence to the jobcentre and my depression and NEAD. Slowly but surely everything is working out again for me.

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