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About: Birmingham Women's Hospital

Im a mom of 5 all been c sections I started contracting at 23 weeks and 5 days were I was givin steroids and magniziome and put on ward snd then sent home were still was contracting so rushed bk in 2 days later very poorley then it went like that till 27 weeks were I was scaned and told I had an absent cord and was told if any other doctor seen thid they would not let u home but I am then was rushed in again and told my baby had static growth my baby was not moving fetsl medicine said my baby is in didtress and was told baby is very sleepy need to make her up I was left 7 weeks with absent cord I was left with my babies heart rate going up to 240 straight down to 40 my baby was born 30 weeks weighing only1 pound 15 I had c section and was told they have no csection dressings and was givin sanitry towl to use my daughter now has hypoxic as left with abdent cord

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Response from Birmingham Women's Hospital

Dear Hayley Thank you for taking the time to feedback about your care and we are sorry to hear that you have had a bad experience. We will look into the issues you have raised and it would help us if you could get in touch with the hospital so that we can talk through your concerns. Our PALS Team provide a friendly and listening ear and it may help for you to talk to them. If you are able, please contact the Team on 0121 627 2747. If there is no one available when you call, please leave a message with your number and they will call you back. Your comments will be fed back to the teams involved in your care.

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