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pleaae help! 40weeks

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mummytobe3 Thu 18-Dec-14 20:51:57

Really in need of some advice.
this is my 3rd baby in 40weeks and one day. Cutting long story short! Been having contractions on and off for last 4weeks had 9 admissions to hospital due to thinking in in labour then pains stop. I have had 3 sweeps and still nothing. Consultant refused to induce me till ten days over. And gave me codine to take high dose of 60mg per tablet. Had labour pains again yesterday after sweep middle of night called the labour ward said i could come in when got there pains stopped. To my disgust the midwife said i was lying about the pains and ask of ny husband is beating me ! I was shocked! She has written in my notes my partner is a cause for concern! All because i have had so many admissions with pain. I have a appointment with a consultant next week. And i have made a huge complaint about last night. My husband is not like that at all. The baby was distressed last night so they kept me on mointer for 3hours then to send me home and say your not in labour. I need help i cant deal with this pain anymore everyday i cant even get out of bed sue to the pain the codine does not touch the sides at all. I need them to help me and they wont what can i do. Is there anything i can do to make them help me. IM getting so depressed and cant stop crying all the time. Please has anyone had any of this before with there third baby and has anyone got ant advice i wish i never got pregnant and the moment as everyone is suffering because of this pain i cant even take my boys to school my parents are helping as my partner works so hard because i cant drive or walk down to there classrooms.
please help! Feel like im going mad.

Number3cometome Fri 19-Dec-14 15:25:41

What sort of pain are you having? Labour pains?

Seems strange if you are not actually in labour (the monitor would show up the contractions) so perhaps this is something else?

Maybe baby is laying on a nerve or you have an infection?

I would be inclined to see my GP and see if they can do anything?

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