I was recently sent to Temecula Valley Hospital due to dangerously low hemoglobin levels. The doctors at the first er I went to were worried about a bleed and transferred my to TVH because they have a GI specialist there. I was greeted by my nurse shortly after arriving, and then didn't see anyone for four more hours. This first nurse also told me that my nursing baby could stay with me. Four hours later I am repeatedly told that I can't nurse while I am on a medication, even after I informed the staff that her pediatrician said it was not harmful to her. Then I was told that my baby needed to leave. I informed them, again that she is nursing and needs to be with me. They handed me formula and told me to switch to formula. When I said I was not interested in that option, the charge nurse said, "Just let her cry it out. She'll eventually fall asleep." After about 20 minutes of back and forth, they finally let me know, that she could stay if my husband stayed in the room as well. By this point, it was 10:30 at night. My husband had to call a neighbor at 10:30 to see if our other daughter could stay with them overnight, wake up our daughter, pack a bag for her, then drive the 35 minutes back to the hospital. I understand the reasons for having another responsible adult in the room, but we should have been told when we originally arrived and they should have presented to option of my husband staying first. The next day, we met with the doctor, who said he was happy with my hemoglobin levels and my vitals, and that as long as GI felt I was stable, I could be discharged that day. Five hours later, I was told that I would be moving to a different floor. We asked why we were being transferred instead of discharged. The nurse's assistant was not sure, so she sent our nurse in. The room nurse told us a very different version of what the doctor said then what we remembered. When we mentioned that what she was saying and what he told us was very different she said that we were remembering wrong and she remembered what he doctor said to us. She wasn't in the room when we met with the doctor. When we told her that she said that she was confusing us with another patient, but then went back to saying that she wasn't confusing us with a different patient. The charge nurse finally called the doctor who supported what we had been saying, and stated that GI felt that I was stable and could be discharged unless I wanted a hematologist consult. Needless to say, I asked to be discharged. I will not be going back to this hospital.