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Any practical advice please? (And a little hand holding!)

(6 Posts)
teaandcake2016 Sat 20-Jun-15 20:46:26

Hi everyone,

Firstly thank you to everyone who has bravely posted in other threads I have been reading, knowing there are others out there has really helped.

I'm a bit embarrassed to say I'm making a GP appoitment next week to be refered for a termination-I'll be 9 weeks next week. I don't know if I'll go through with it but I know time isn't on my side so need to put things in place.

My first midwife appointment was booked for what will be a few days after the GP appointment - am I still meant to go to it? Would I just be wasting everyone's time and NHS money? It's probably a silly question but I have no idea!

Thanks in advance x

PolterGoose Sat 20-Jun-15 21:24:27

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

ScoutandAtticus Sun 21-Jun-15 22:05:41

Personally I would cancel the midwife.

You may just be seeing a GP as a preference but as far as I know you don't have to. If you call Marie Stopes and BPAS ( they have late night helplines) they will be able to tell you of your health authority pay them for terminations in which case it should be free. I am assuming you are in England so this maybe different if not.

Alanna1 Sun 21-Jun-15 22:09:54

What do you want to do? If you want to talk theough options, ask the GP what you should do. Good luck deciding - your body, your choice.

JaniceJoplin Mon 22-Jun-15 14:55:52

Call either bpas or Marie stopes today. There are waiting lists for terminations so the sooner you make contact the sooner you can be seen. Don't wait a week to see the GP it's not necessary you can self refer. Time is of the essence.

teaandcake2016 Tue 23-Jun-15 14:36:16

Thank you all for your replies. I did ring myself but was told that due to my area it must be referred by the GP (unless I go private). Am trying to get a GP appointment for this week!

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