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Reduced movement WWYD?

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Laptopontable Wed 29-Jun-16 13:27:41

I've been told to go in for monitoring due to reduced movement and only feeling hiccuping and quivering since last night this morning. My problem is if I go now I won't be back in time to pick my other children up from school. There is literally no one else at all that can get them for me.
I don't know what to do, should I go and just leave at 3pm regardless of whether the monitoring is complete. Should I try to ask the school to hold on to them? Or is that too much? Should I go first thing tomorrow? Or tonight at 7:30 when my (currently uncontactable) husband gets home from work?

Octofarts Wed 29-Jun-16 13:30:01

Just go- once your there your can try and arrange for the children to be collected/kept at school but id not risk waiting!

Otherwise collect them early and take them with you.

Andbabymakesthree Wed 29-Jun-16 13:31:25

Take them with you if necessary.
Don't delay going.

eatsleepfeedrepeat Wed 29-Jun-16 13:34:44

Go now, if everything's fine it won't take long and if there's a problem you've got time to ring school and explain. Is there an after school club they could stay at in an emergency? Good luck

PolaroidsFromTheBeyond Wed 29-Jun-16 13:35:29

Phone your children's school now, explain the situation and ask if they can help you out.

Laptopontable Wed 29-Jun-16 13:36:53

OK thanks, I'm going now and will call the school on the way.

CeeCee00 Wed 29-Jun-16 13:41:08

Go right now. I had lots of reduced movement whilst pregnant and whilst it was always fine it's so important to get checked out and I was always very anxious whilst waiting to get the thumbs up from the midwives. Waiting is not worth the risk.

I'm also a teacher, call the school on your way in. I am certain there will be a member of staff who can help out and watch your children/make arrangements. There are always staff working after school lets out. Tell the hospital and I'm sure they'll see you quickly. I was always out in a couple of hours max.

Good luck OP.

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