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tinana+2 TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; Armpit, of, Ireland 29526 posts
3rd May '13
Quoting Jo Jo's mommy (14wks):" first off, it was me who wanted to f**k my husband ok, and its patetic u sit at the computer and bash ... [snip!] ... who the f**k they are,or if they respect their wives..get off ur ass, put the ho hos down, and do somthing besides bash ppl"


Why is it that when people get butthurt on here, they assume that everyone is fat, lazy, and/or eating junk food in front of the computer? :lol:

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
3rd May '13
Quoting Jo Jo's mommy (14wks):" first off, it was me who wanted to f**k my husband ok, and its patetic u sit at the computer and bash ... [snip!] ... who the f**k they are,or if they respect their wives..get off ur ass, put the ho hos down, and do somthing besides bash ppl"


The other girls pretty much said it all but uh....I don't eat ho hos. Not at 10am anyway. Talk to me after lunch.



I respect my body enough to let it heal after it pushed out a baby. I also respect my husband enough to not let him stick his dick in a bloody hallway. But to each her own. :wink:

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
3rd May '13
Quoting tinana+2:" Why is it that when people get butthurt on here, they assume that everyone is fat, lazy, and/or eating junk food in front of the computer? :lol: "


Typical noob response.

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11670 posts
3rd May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Supafly★:</b>" The other girls pretty much said it all but uh....I don't eat ho hos. Not at 10am anyway. Talk to me ... [snip!] ... out a baby. I also respect my husband enough to not let him stick his dick in a bloody hallway. But to each her own. :wink:"</blockquote>




shuddering at the bloody hallway yuck.

Dexterr Due February 6; 1 child; United Kingdom 130 posts
3rd May '13

I waited 3 weeks, I'd had an episiotomy so it absolutely killed. Still hurts now 9 weeks later.

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11670 posts
3rd May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting tinana+2:</b>" Why is it that when people get butthurt on here, they assume that everyone is fat, lazy, and/or eating junk food in front of the computer? :lol: "</blockquote>




i am fat but def not lazy shit I have lost 10 pounds just this last week i have been trying to lose weight and be healthy it would be selfish to short change my kids time with me buuuut



i have no junk food and am on a tablet so there lol

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 4470 posts
3rd May '13

Can't quote you all....



No here as well as Midwives who run the Hospitals we have Community Midwives. The day after being discharged from the Hospital they will come visit you at Home. They're absolutely wonderful and will offer ongoing support with breastfeeding, advice if you are formula feeding, weigh baby and check they are physically well, make sure Mum and Dad are doing well, etc, etc. You will know them as they will have seen you at your GP surgery where they are based, the option is there for you to have them visit everyday or if you are doing quite well and no medical issues you can opt to have them visit every other day instead. On day 10 you are transferred from Midwife to Health visitor, the Health Visitor will visit you at home for the first visit and then afterwards all further visits will be with them at your GP surgery. It is the Health Visitor who does all your babies check ups, weights, vaccinations from then on so you get to know them pretty well.



The immediate all round support and aftercare we have here is wonderful and second to none.

washedwhite Due June 25; 5 kids; Kinston, North Carolina 1 posts
3rd May '13

Six weeks is the recommendations. If you choose not to wait definitely use protection unless you want another baby right away. After my DD was born we had sex 3 days out and continued to have sex from then on. DS2 was born when she was 9 1/2 months old. I also had twins when DS2 was 11 months old.

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11670 posts
3rd May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Iggy Azalea:</b>" Can't quote you all.... No here as well as Midwives who run the Hospitals we have Community Midwives. ... [snip!] ... you get to know them pretty well. The immediate all round support and aftercare we have here is wonderful and second to none."</blockquote>




"is wonderful and second to none"



Is that your opinion or a fact based on research? just wondering. because as far as post and prenatal care I believe another country was top ranked. I know it wasnt the US sadly. I wish we did do things like that here that is why midwives are pushing hard to be covered under more insurances including medi-cal and HMOs

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 4470 posts
3rd May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Simply Mom ⚓:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Iggy Azalea:</b>" Can't quote you all.... No here as well as ... [snip!] ... do things like that here that is why midwives are pushing hard to be covered under more insurances including medi-cal and HMOs"</blockquote>




My opinion. Which country ranked first? Where did the UK rank? Was it grouped all together as the UK or did it break into the 4 individual Countries within the UK... England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?



Midwives here run everything. They run the Hospitals, Community care, etc.

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11670 posts
3rd May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Iggy Azalea:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Simply Mom ⚓:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting ... [snip!] ... England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland? Midwives here run everything. They run the Hospitals, Community care, etc."</blockquote>




not sure I just remember US being ranked at like rlly low. let me try to google it ... I had read it in my midwife friends book but i know the statistics have to be online

Simply, Mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Upland, 11670 posts
3rd May '13

http://www.medicalbillingandcoding.org/blog/the-10-best-countries-for-maternity-care/



ya see US was like 31 and France was ranked first.

Ashley Matamoros Due August 8; Japan 1 posts
3rd May '13

no yu have to wait the full 6 weeks and be careful bc yu very fertile but no u have to wait 6 weeks

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 4470 posts
3rd May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Simply Mom ⚓:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Iggy Azalea:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Simply ... [snip!] ... rlly low. let me try to google it ... I had read it in my midwife friends book but i know the statistics have to be online"</blockquote>




Yeah if you could that would be interesting to see. A few women I know who come from different parts of Europe that have moved here and have experienced having a baby in both have said they really love the aftercare we have here but they find the actual process of the birth itself slightly invasive.

KissMeFinnNelson<3 1 child; 2 angel babies; Glasgow, Scotland, UK, United Kingdom 4470 posts
3rd May '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Simply Mom ⚓:</b>" http://www.medicalbillingandcoding.org/blog/the-10-best-countries-for-maternity-care/ ya see US was like 31 and France was ranked first."</blockquote>




I'll go have a look, thanks.