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Pain?

(7 Posts)
Laurenjayne18 Thu 04-Apr-13 12:40:12

Ok so im 35 weeks pregnant witg my 1st but i have bled right through since about 13 weeks im still getting bleeding now ive been in the emergancy room more times than i can count and they just keep saying im fine, latley im struggeling to walk and having horrible shooting pains in my belly and undreneath but today i litrally can not walk at all im not too keen on calling the hospital as last time they forgot about me twice an i waited 9 hrs so if its just a case of them saying its normal id rather not go can anyone help? Is it normal cos im in agony x

MammaCici Thu 04-Apr-13 12:45:40

I'm sorry to hear you are going through so much but I would definitely call the hospital for this. Do you have someone who can go with you so they can speak up for you and insist you are seen to quickly? Don't let them forget about you. Make some noise if you must! Best of luck. xxx

ExpatAl Thu 04-Apr-13 14:20:34

I agree with MammaCici. Hope you're okay.

Adreamz Thu 04-Apr-13 15:32:34

Try your gp or midwife as I would have thought they would have you in for regular fetal heart monitoring.

cupcake78 Thu 04-Apr-13 15:52:03

Can you not just go straight to labour ward via your widwife? Once I was admitted and from then on bypassed every one just went straight onto the ward.

Laurenjayne18 Fri 05-Apr-13 08:49:08

Hi thanks for the replys i went in last night and the hospital gave me codine for the pain they said my babys unusually low and she can touch his head while doing the internal! She said im not quite in labour but she said ill be lucky to get to 37 weeks x

MammaCici Fri 05-Apr-13 09:46:46

You best rest up and take it easy. If you are on the sofa (like I am a lot now!) try lying on your left side there too to encourage baby into a good position for labour. Best of luck!

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