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Category Archives: NHS
Our Birth Story
I promised it would be on the way soon, so here’s the story of how Eden came into the world. I have to admit that birth was nothing like I thought it would be and neither was our journey – … Continue reading
Posted in 2015, baby Eden, baby girl, Birth announcement, birth story, cervix, christmas baby, cramps, doppler, dr, first baby, full term, head down, healthcare, high blood pressure, hospital, hypertension, Induction, labour, Labour, London, maternity, midwife, mum, mummies, mummy, NHS, pregnancy, pregnancy after infertility, pregnancy after loss, Scan, support, third trimester, tiredness Tagged birth story, gas and air, london, midwives, st thomas' hospital 6 Comments
First Ever Hospital Admission
Yesterday I went in for my routine blood pressure monitoring at the antenatal day unit. Having tested it at home before I left, I had a feeling it was going to be high. When we got there we waited a … Continue reading
Bad Maternity Experiences and the Journey to Changing Hospitals… (Part Two)
At the end of my last post Bad Maternity Experiences and the Journey to Changing Hospitals (Part One) I mentioned that we were looking into changing hospitals due to the experiences at the one closest to our house. Both hospitals … Continue reading
Posted in 2015, first baby, hospital, lesbian, mother, NHS Tagged 2015, babies, baby girl, different families, dignity, hospitals, inclusive, lesbian couple, maternity care, respect, two mums 7 Comments
8DPO – Christmas and Going Insane
Merry Christmas to all my lovely readers and fellow bloggers! I hope today sees you filled with food and spending time with family. We had a quiet Christmas Day yesterday. Just Amy, me and the dogs. We didn’t have gifts … Continue reading
Posted in 2014, 2ww, artificial insemination, babies, baby, bfn, bfp, cervical mucus, cervix, charting, charts, clinics, Clomid, cramps, cycle days, Dogs, donor, donor sperm, donors, fertility, infertility, insemination, luteal phase, nausea, NHS, opk, PCOS, symptom, symptom spotting, symptoms, ttc, two week wait Tagged christmas, symptom spotting, two week wait 10 Comments
The Clomid Chronicles
I’m going to start this entry by saying that I am incredibly grateful for the NHS in this country. Just the testing I have had since infertility happened would have set me back a hell of a lot in many … Continue reading
Posted in 2014, Clomid, cycle days, difficulty, doctor, fertility, infertility, NHS, PCOS, periods 6 Comments