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by Errkal » Thu May 11, 2017 2:00 pm

LewisD wrote:He made her a new box because her old one was ruined.
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Caeser mate :D
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by LewisD » Thu May 11, 2017 2:21 pm

Errkal wrote:
LewisD wrote:He made her a new box because her old one was ruined.
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Caeser mate :D


Come out the sunroof. 8-)
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by Glowy69 » Thu May 11, 2017 5:53 pm

4 days to go :dread: :wub:
Fabian Delph is a banana split.

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by Errkal » Thu May 11, 2017 5:56 pm

Glowy69 wrote:4 days to go :dread: :wub:

In theory.
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by Moggy » Thu May 11, 2017 6:16 pm

Glowy69 wrote:4 days to go :dread: :wub:


Just remember if your baby comes on Saturday then it'll share a birthday with my boy. :wub: :toot:
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by Glowy69 » Thu May 11, 2017 6:16 pm

Moggy wrote:
Glowy69 wrote:4 days to go :dread: :wub:


Just remember if your baby comes on Saturday then it'll share a birthday with my boy. :wub: :toot:


:dread:
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by degoose » Thu May 11, 2017 7:31 pm

4 days for the expected date I assume glowy. Have the doctors said what the plan is if it doesn't happen by then . I think normally if nothing happens in 2 weeks after the due date then the pregnancy will be induced.
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by Errkal » Thu May 11, 2017 7:32 pm

Yeah 2 weeks sounds about right, we were over by a week I think, wife wasn't impressed
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by Rax » Fri May 12, 2017 9:46 am

We were about 10 days under, that was a fun surprise on a Saturday morning!
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by bear » Fri May 12, 2017 10:23 am

degoose wrote:4 days for the expected date I assume glowy. Have the doctors said what the plan is if it doesn't happen by then . I think normally if nothing happens in 2 weeks after the due date then the pregnancy will be induced.



Assuming he gets the technique right the baby will just pop right out.
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by Jenuall » Fri May 12, 2017 10:51 am

degoose wrote:4 days for the expected date I assume glowy. Have the doctors said what the plan is if it doesn't happen by then . I think normally if nothing happens in 2 weeks after the due date then the pregnancy will be induced.


I think it depends what hospital/NHS trust you are in - some will let you go longer than 2 weeks if all is well, others like to whip them out as soon as possible after the due date!

I think we were over 2 weeks late with our first before induction was on the cards, and then it still took another 2-3 days for anything to actually happen! She really wasn't in any rush to make an appearance!
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by Moggy » Fri May 12, 2017 11:10 am

We were induced early because of gestational diabetes. I think they used to whip them out 2 weeks early as standard, but we were given the option. The wife had had enough of being pregnant and so we went for it.

Turned out to be a good decision as well, the inducing started working much quicker than expected (it can sometimes take days, it took hours for us!) and the baby was in trouble, so we were taken in for a caesarean.

Oddly it was all a much quicker and calmer way of doing things. Turn up at the hospital, sit in a room while they induce, wait around, go to delivery suite, off to theatre and then get the baby. All in all, it was less than 10 hours from when we showed up at the hospital to me holding the baby and she was only really in labour for an hour or two. :lol: :wub:
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by degoose » Fri May 12, 2017 11:27 am

Moggy wrote:We were induced early because of gestational diabetes. I think they used to whip them out 2 weeks early as standard, but we were given the option. The wife had had enough of being pregnant and so we went for it.

Turned out to be a good decision as well, the inducing started working much quicker than expected (it can sometimes take days, it took hours for us!) and the baby was in trouble, so we were taken in for a caesarean.

Oddly it was all a much quicker and calmer way of doing things. Turn up at the hospital, sit in a room while they induce, wait around, go to delivery suite, off to theatre and then get the baby. All in all, it was less than 10 hours from when we showed up at the hospital to me holding the baby and she was only really in labour for an hour or two. :lol: :wub:

For my wife it was fairly speedy as they needed to get him out 4 weeks early, we sat/slept around in the hospital for a day and a bit and then when there was an opening because of doctors and an incubator needed it was 1-2 hours and done as she had a caesarean. It was probably the least stressful thing about the whole pregnancy because of other complications. My wife was also happy as her body is already pretty much back to the way it was before.
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by Rax » Fri May 12, 2017 11:30 am

I think it took about 4 hours from "Oh gooseberry fool my water broke" to "Say hello to your daughter". We went private and they try to schedule births as much as possible, so we had the whole place to ourselves when we rocked up on a Saturday morning. There were 5 nurses, 2 doctors and an anesthetist and we had them all to ourselves. A nice glimpse into how the other half live! :lol:
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by Moggy » Fri May 12, 2017 11:36 am

degoose wrote:It was probably the least stressful thing about the whole pregnancy


I'd agree with that, the caesarean should have been scary, but it was just so calm and they were so efficient in the operating theatre that the only nerves were the normal "oh gooseberry fool I'm going to be a dad!" nerves.

I guess a natural birth is preferable, but I highly recommend an inducement and caesarean if offered. :lol:
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by Errkal » Fri May 12, 2017 11:39 am

Yeah the caesarean thing that good, they had music on the doctors peeps were a good laugh and did a great job and calm nerves and stuff.

Was nice to have a bit of Beegees and stuff playing as it was all done.
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by Moggy » Fri May 12, 2017 11:42 am

Errkal wrote:Yeah the caesarean thing that good, they had music on the doctors peeps were a good laugh and did a great job and calm nerves and stuff.

Was nice to have a bit of Beegees and stuff playing as it was all done.


"Staying Alive" seems a little inappropriate... ;)
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by Errkal » Fri May 12, 2017 11:43 am

Moggy wrote:
Errkal wrote:Yeah the caesarean thing that good, they had music on the doctors peeps were a good laugh and did a great job and calm nerves and stuff.

Was nice to have a bit of Beegees and stuff playing as it was all done.


"Staying Alive" seems a little inappropriate... ;)


:lol: or tragedy
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by Moggy » Fri May 12, 2017 11:46 am

Errkal wrote:
Moggy wrote:
Errkal wrote:Yeah the caesarean thing that good, they had music on the doctors peeps were a good laugh and did a great job and calm nerves and stuff.

Was nice to have a bit of Beegees and stuff playing as it was all done.


"Staying Alive" seems a little inappropriate... ;)


:lol: or tragedy


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