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cornish folk
Posted: 06-April-2008 at 7:07pm | IP Logged Quote cornish folk

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This is my 7th Glastonbury, but this year I will be pregnant! Eek and its 3 weeks before my due date! Any advice from anyone else who been to glastonbury pregnant!
 
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hurrah - someone further on than me! i will be 32 weeks at that point - so I aim to be camped as close to the greenfield medical centre as possible - given thats where the midwives are based.

I went in 99 when pregnant (around 25 weeks that time) and had a whale of a time - not one drink the whole weekend, saw everything i wanted to see, but all the advice i can give is just take it easy, keep your hands clean (antibac wipes and gel) just to be on the safe side and stick to foods that you can be sure that are not going to potentially give you food poisoning - manic organic all the way for me!

I am apprehensive this time, being further on, and older, but really looking forward to it. my daughter whos 8 is desperate for me to let her go, but i think i will have enough looking after myself this year!

you never know you might have had it by then! - all the best

 
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cheers for the advice, may 'bump' into you there!
 
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oh and its a great queue jumping excuse for the loos!
 
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You'll be able to tell your kids they went to Glastonbury before they could even know it! Now that's an honour.

Iain x
 
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it really wouldn't surprise me if there was a maternity ward hidden somewhere on site
 
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they do have midwives on site thankfullly. Although I dont wish to give birth on site this year at 32 weeks it is a comfort to know they are there if required.

Im just praying for nice weather this year - last time i was pregnant at glasto - 99 it was absolutley gorgeous, so Im hoping its going to be the same this time

 

 
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Anti-bac wipes & you can now buy in most shops the anti-bac gel, the wipe & go type, are top must haves if your preggy, & yep there are midwifes on site, a girlfriend of mine is a midwife & her hubby is 1 of the on site doctors, both will be there with other medical peeps, making sure all is well. We also have 2 hospitals close by to the site which set's aside wards for such like, so both you preggy babes will be totally fine.

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Posted: 02-May-2008 at 10:43pm | IP Logged Quote queenofnorway

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Bring good shoes, and someone to carry your stuff and run around getting all your food - oh and lots of money for food - the portions just seem som small when you are pregnant! And smile sweetly and point at your big belly when you jump the toiletcue.
 
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yep - I have an army on standby this time - I really enjoyed myself last time i was pregnant at glastonbury - and am hoping that the weather is half as good as 99!

travel light and keep room for an airbed

 
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