I guess I gotta start somewhere with complaining. I was admitted in April for an induction. I was 39+6 weeks pregnant with my baby boy.
I had gestational hypertension, severely low amniotic fluid, I failed an NST, and an Ultrasound test my Dr ordered. Plus my cervix was having issues dilating.
Basically I was bullied and told by a nurse that my induction wasn't necessary making me feel like if I went through with it I was putting my unborn child in danger. Even after I started hysterically crying from fear, she STILL kept going. Telling me I should just go home.
She did this twice. The second time my husband made it clear that we were going to wait to hear from the Dr (bc she came into my room while the Dr was off somewhere else saying there was a good chance he'd send me home since he'd sent people home after taking them off epidural.)
I get trying to educate people, but using scare tactics on a mother isn't cool. I'm so glad to know I'll never have to deliver another baby at Warren Memorial and I regret not going to Winchester. I hope another mother doesn't have to go through that.
By the way, the nurses name was Meghan. I really hope she decides being a nurse isn't the job for her. Her bedside manner is terrible.