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Known problems with pregnancy

Postby MikH-D » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:01 am

I have already had one lil girl and she is my world, Me and hubbie want another and I'll obviously be consultant led, I also have hyper mobility and was aware of the problems that occur with that but wasn't diagnosed back then is there anything I would need to make consultant aware of for when we fall again

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Re: Known problems with pregnancy

Postby Beowulf1976 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:22 am

Are you on any meds?



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Re: Known problems with pregnancy

Postby Beowulf1976 » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:22 am

They should be looking into it themselves to be honest, it's their job to assess complications.

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Re: Known problems with pregnancy

Postby Flash » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:32 am

I'm guessing the consultant should be aware of any meds you are on for starters.

I have recently been told I have hypermobility syndrome, I have had F/M for years and osteo-arthritis. I had two perfect boys now 20 and 23. I had problems giving birth to both, second was 'spontaneous vortex' missed the transition stage and was born too quick.

Thankfully there is more understanding about our conditions now, people get diagnosed earlier and are aware of problems.

Good luck with everything, keep us updated, theres nothing like the news of a pregnancy to cheer us up!
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Re: Known problems with pregnancy

Postby MikH-D » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:48 am

I have been advised by doctor to not take meds after I took them and they put me in a complete fog which was not good when I have a 1 year old to look after, I had a spontaneous delivery with my lil girl but I thought that was down to hyper mobility, they didn't believe I was in labour as my contractions weren't able to be felt physically or by monitor, she was also 3 weeks early


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