OK. So went to see my OB last week for my 37wk check up and she told me I was 5cm and that as soon as I start having contractions head to the hospital to deliver. I did just that and was contracting every 3 min for an hour straight. Than for 30min started having them every 8min than went back to every three. I was sent home at 5cm and 75% effaced. I started having horrible pains last night between lower back pain leg pains and cramping like pains in my lower abdomen and waves of contractions, I was still sent home at 6cm 80% effaced, and 38 weeks with baby heartbeat lower than her norm. Why are they giving me a hard time and giving me no real explanations for why a can't deliver!? With my last two girls I felt this exact pain went to the hospital and was administered pitoson at 4cm and was 38 weeks as well. WTH!!!!
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