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    I could have bent my leg all the way and I don't think I will feel anything. Anyway, thank you for Childbirth 101. I am blur at this end of the packaging and delivery line as I usually work very hard at the beginning of the production line.

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    ya wasnt there also lots of bending and swaying of the knees during the production period..did that hurt too? sorry for the digression.
    Last edited by firefox; 31-10-2006 at 02:35 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcyeoh
    I could have bent my leg all the way and I don't think I will feel anything. Anyway, thank you for Childbirth 101. I am blur at this end of the packaging and delivery line as I usually work very hard at the beginning of the production line.
    Yikeessss !!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by firefox
    ya wasnt there also lots of bending and swaying of the knees during the production period..did that hurt too? sorry for the digression.
    Double Yikeeeeesss !!!!

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    If you want the best then go to Hospital KL and see the specialist there. At least there, no one would ask you to do a C-section if not indicated. Sometime it is the patient who request for it. In the government hospital (1st class) the charges for a C-section is only RM100. Furthermore, you will receive the best care without harming the wallet.

    PS:- In any case if some complication occurs in the private hospital, usually the patients ends up in HKL as it is the referal center for the country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessi24
    Unable to access link getting Sorry - no matches. Please try some different names.
    My apologies, try clicking search and type "gynae", you'll have atleast 5 links of previous discussion.

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    Thanks all for the reply. Actually, the interest in gynae is not for childbirth but related to women's issue.

    From Answers.com:
    "Gynaecology: the branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and hygiene of women.
    Obstetrics: the branch of medicine that deals with the care of women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the recuperative period following delivery.

    Almost all modern gynaecologists are also obstetricians."

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    Quote Originally Posted by evelyn1
    Thanks all for the reply. Actually, the interest in gynae is not for childbirth but related to women's issue.

    From Answers.com:
    "Gynaecology: the branch of medicine that deals with the diseases and hygiene of women.
    Obstetrics: the branch of medicine that deals with the care of women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the recuperative period following delivery.

    Almost all modern gynaecologists are also obstetricians."
    Yeah, evelyn1...we all know that too...and the best of the lot can be found at HKL and not in any private hospital.
    HEAVEN IS SO REAL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raikonen
    I beg to differ....Y dun u try bending yr legs a bit and see how it feels?......
    I agree 101% with Raikonen. It's not as pleasent as it seems and normally we want to be as comfortable as possible when it comes to the painful part.

    Last time they used to say that government hospital nurses used to scold patients when they screem in pain. Don't know whether it is true or not but I definately do not want to be scolded and screem at when I am in pain.

    For private hospital we actually pay for the service and comfort. Don't each wife deserve that after carrying the child for 9 months?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunny
    Last time they used to say that government hospital nurses used to scold patients when they screem in pain. Don't know whether it is true or not but I definately do not want to be scolded and screem at when I am in pain.

    For private hospital we actually pay for the service and comfort. Don't each wife deserve that after carrying the child for 9 months?
    My doctor is Noor Aini in Sunway Medical Centre. Reasonable price (monthly check-ups) and knowledgable. And yeah, the mid-wife just keep telling me to breath when I'm in pain.
    A wise man refrains from talking but a fool utters rubbish.

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    my grannie brought forth 10 bouncy uncomplicated babies all delivered in the house with the help of a district nurse (missy)how she did it those days without doctors and gynaes is something to marvel.

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    How true!

    Don't tell me women these days can't even endure the pain of giving birth to 1 baby and need anesthesia, epidural or gas masks in a comfortable n professional environment inside a sterile surgery room with all the modern facilities and still complain?

    heheheh, my bad, my bad, only teasing lah...

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    PJS, tsk tsk...those days the babies are smaller...today all the babies has been fortified with Calcium and Obimin supplements (sounds like Milo ad)...now delivery much harder.

    Also bearing in mind today mothers were babies without this supplements therefore naturally smaller. So, smaller mothers with bigger babies? Get the drift?

    My MIL has once commented that during her day, baby delivery was much easier....just puuuuuuuooot out already

    I'm going to end up on the couch tonight

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    Quote Originally Posted by KelvC
    I'm going to end up on the couch tonight
    You think so too huh?
    A wise man refrains from talking but a fool utters rubbish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Gomez
    Yikeessss !!!!

    Double Yikeeeeesss !!!!
    FINALLY... a subject that has got JG winching...

    And PC... don't let your wife read your post... you might just join KelvC on the couch...

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    My first baby was delivered in SJMC, recently had a monthly check-up for my second baby, found out that the charges is much expensive compare with my first baby, first baby close to RM130 (year 2005), but second baby close to RM200. I make a phone call to SJMC, only have chance talk to the nurse. Accordingly to the nurse, SJMC has new policy started from year 2007 to charge extra RM60++ for the ultra sound. I'm quite curious because SJMC also charged RM48 for the imaging. I thought ultra sound should refer to the same thing as imaging.

    Does anyone do the monthly follow up in SJMC recently? Do you also have the extra charge for imaging? My bill contains the charges for 3 items (Dr. Consultation, imaging and ultrasound).

    Btw, any super good gynae to recommend in Sunway Medical Center? Planning to change to SMC liao, beh tahan.

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