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38 weeks and have some questions.

(6 Posts)
SammyFirstBaby Mon 22-Apr-13 12:14:32

I'm seeing a consultant tommrow after going to docs last Friday, to see about being induced early due to many reasons:
1- I live in a block and its on the first floor, it doesn't sound bad but it's taken me at least 20+ mins the last few weeks to get up the stairs due to pain and being breathlessness.
2- walking up the stairs has caused me to have asthma attacks and by the time I reach the top I'm often sick in the toilet
3- I haven't sleept more than 3-4 hours a night for the last two weeks
4- I can't eat due to the fact the food gets stuck in between what feels like my throat and tummy
4- I've also had fake labour pains for the last 2 months, I've been rushed to hospital many times and nothings ever been done, no explanation.

What are the chances of him inducing me? If I wasn't in this much pain I'd wait till he was ready but I just can't. Please don't say "this is normal" that's driving me nuts.sad

dyslexicdespot Mon 22-Apr-13 12:18:31

Poor you, that sounds horrible. I don't have any advice to give but I didn't want to read and run. Hope you have your baby soon!

Reenypip Mon 22-Apr-13 12:41:04

I've got lots of health problems and disabled. I take a lot of very strong medication even when pregnant. The absolute earliest they will do my c section is 39 weeks, and that's despite all the severe pain and debilitating symptoms.
Good luck , stay strong!

Reenypip Mon 22-Apr-13 12:42:24

They did offer to admit me as inpatient before and stay there until baby comes but still wouldn't do any earlier unless life threatening.

SammyFirstBaby Mon 22-Apr-13 13:00:48

That doesn't sound to good... I feel like I'm having a breakdown I'm in so much pain sad

SammyFirstBaby Mon 22-Apr-13 13:23:54

That doesn't sound to good... I feel like I'm having a breakdown I'm in so much pain sad

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