I have just lost my third pregnancy and yet again, after having a 'd and c', have been placed on a maternity ward. Granted, I do have my own room but I am placed right next door to a huge room with women who have just delivered their newborns so have to listen to the baby cries all night and messages over the loud speaker about baby classes. Is this really necessary? I just feel it rubs salt into the wound watching proud family members walk past your door with balloons and flowers for their loved ones whilst some of us are suffering with a loss. Could I not have gone to a gynecological ward? Is this common practice in all hospitals? With my second loss I was made to share a room with other expectant mothers which was so hard. Thankfully, a kind nurse took pity on me and moved me to another ward. So I've had my moan and am feeling better!! I just wondered if other people have had the same experience as me?
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