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Posted by on Sep. 23, 2013 at 11:33 AM
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I am in soooo much pain. I cant move, I cant breathe. All I can do is lay here and cry because it hurts soooo much. I am not going to go back to L and D because every time I go in I swear to God they just roll their eyes at me, keep me on the monitor for 10 mins and see me home. I keep having contractions. I have been leaking tiny amounts of fluid but they said * its soo little its of no concern* I cant even go upstairs to eat. I think all of my c-sections hurt LESS than I do now..I think my fluid is leaking more now but all they will tell me is its no concern go home,

Happily married homeschooling mommy to 6 year old Shelby, 3 year old Marianne, 16 month old Carly and soon to be Gladys!


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krusesbaby
by Bronze Member on Sep. 23, 2013 at 11:43 AM
Make an appointment with ur ob! I had this for a week with my dd and the nurse kept telling me i wasnt leaking and they werent real contractions and i was a big baby(actual words). I had an ob apt later that day and told her what had been happening and that i was upset that i was having so much pain but not labor. The ob did a ultrasound and wheeled me up to l&d and yelled at that nurse. I had almost NO water left and was in hard labor. I delivered about 12hrs later nevr saw the nurse again lol
homeschoolmom9
by on Sep. 23, 2013 at 11:46 AM
what an asshole nurse. The older ones have been good to me, the younger ones are assholes
Quoting krusesbaby:

Make an appointment with ur ob! I had this for a week with my dd and the nurse kept telling me i wasnt leaking and they werent real contractions and i was a big baby(actual words). I had an ob apt later that day and told her what had been happening and that i was upset that i was having so much pain but not labor. The ob did a ultrasound and wheeled me up to l&d and yelled at that nurse. I had almost NO water left and was in hard labor. I delivered about 12hrs later nevr saw the nurse again lol

Happily married homeschooling mommy to 6 year old Shelby, 3 year old Marianne, 16 month old Carly and soon to be Gladys!


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krusesbaby
by Bronze Member on Sep. 23, 2013 at 11:49 AM
They really are! And so many of them are tellingu u rnt in labor and they havent even had a baby so i really dont take them seriously. You can always just go labor in the lobby lol.

Quoting homeschoolmom9:

what an asshole nurse. The older ones have been good to me, the younger ones are assholes






Quoting krusesbaby:

Make an appointment with ur ob! I had this for a week with my dd and the nurse kept telling me i wasnt leaking and they werent real contractions and i was a big baby(actual words). I had an ob apt later that day and told her what had been happening and that i was upset that i was having so much pain but not labor. The ob did a ultrasound and wheeled me up to l&d and yelled at that nurse. I had almost NO water left and was in hard labor. I delivered about 12hrs later nevr saw the nurse again lol
AllThatBabyJazz
by Bronze Member on Sep. 23, 2013 at 12:40 PM

I would call your OB. How far along are you? 

homeschoolmom9
by on Sep. 23, 2013 at 2:59 PM
Almost 36 weeks

Quoting AllThatBabyJazz:

I would call your OB. How far along are you? 

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EvrybodysFriend
by on Sep. 23, 2013 at 3:04 PM
I'm sorry :( it really pisses me off when YOU know YOUR body and your instincts and just because they have a nursing degree they "Know" more than you. No offense to the nurses on here. I know you're not all bad.
krusesbaby
by Bronze Member on Sep. 23, 2013 at 3:05 PM

 btw the day i had my apt and delivered because of the pain and water leaking to the point i didnt have any anymore...I was exactially 36 weeks lol

Baby was fine though, 5#10oz

Quoting homeschoolmom9:

Almost 36 weeks

Quoting AllThatBabyJazz:

I would call your OB. How far along are you? 

 

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krusesbaby
by Bronze Member on Sep. 23, 2013 at 3:06 PM
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 Right?! And It really makes me PO'd when those nurses have NEVER been pregnant/had a child. Yes they work in L&D and have the degree but they have no experience at what is actually happening with your body and you know when you are in labor better than a stranger, IMO

Quoting EvrybodysFriend:

I'm sorry :( it really pisses me off when YOU know YOUR body and your instincts and just because they have a nursing degree they "Know" more than you. No offense to the nurses on here. I know you're not all bad.

 

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Devious103102
by Ruby Member on Sep. 23, 2013 at 3:26 PM

You REALLY need to talk with your OB or go to a different L&D if they keep sending you home with fluid leaking!  Good luck!

EvrybodysFriend
by on Sep. 23, 2013 at 4:04 PM
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That's true! Makes me wonder how they will feel when they get treated the exact same way when they go through it. What goes around comes around.

Quoting krusesbaby:

 Right?! And It really makes me PO'd when those nurses have NEVER been pregnant/had a child. Yes they work in L&D and have the degree but they have no experience at what is actually happening with your body and you know when you are in labor better than a stranger, IMO


Quoting EvrybodysFriend:

I'm sorry :( it really pisses me off when YOU know YOUR body and your instincts and just because they have a nursing degree they "Know" more than you. No offense to the nurses on here. I know you're not all bad.

 

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