I very much don't believe this is true what you are saying wilson that's against privacy laws. As long as me and my baby are fine i don't think i need to tell everyone in the delivery room whats going on.And I'm sure theres plenty of mommys who agree. It's really nobodys business except me n my doctors.
Well I'm not from australia.I'm from Chicago & i don't think that applys everywhere.Wouldn't they have to kick everyone out the room before they dissuss my health problemes if i didn't give them consent to discuss this around anyone?
Yes I do know several.
No time to read a rule book and have a committee meeting when a c-section is involved. It just happens. The ob will look you straight in the eye and in calm, firm and very audible voice tell you what needs to happen and why. The automatic assumption is made that support people in the room are cleared to hear everything the doctor has to say, otherwise they shouldn't be there. They are there to be supportive and hence need to hear what is going on in case you turn to them for advice. That's an Australian delivery room perspective.
With the MPWH you can:
Meet other singles in your local area.
Chat with other like-minded people online.
Discuss about how to live and date with Herpes
To create a special community, our app is designed only for people with genital / oral Herpes. Because of this, we will remove your account from our app if we find that you are not living with Herpes.
Agreement for more specifics regarding our privacy terms.
More info: https://www.mpwh.com/
I myself is in the medical field & everything has to stay confidential but I'm not sure how it goes in the birthing center That's why i ask. It's about me and my childs health i don't think i have to share this with my whole family at this very moment. Some people don't even disclose herpes at all. It's not a big deal I'm just saying i don't want to disscuss this while I'm giving birth to my child. I really want to enjoy this time.
Nothing is confidential in the birthing suite, some moms please confirm this!
Again, you make out that herpes is 'business' and there is even something to be 'judged' over... there isn't. Herpes isn't negativity, it's just herpes. As I say, tell everyone now, tell them to suck it up so you can all get on with the business of having a baby.
A pure case of imaginitis.
If you were infected with herpes then you'd have had bad sores over Mr Happy. Added to this, swabs negative, blood negative... what is it going to take?
Look, most of us know the feeling. You're punishing yourself over this. However it starts to look like self absorbing and self pity. Move on for her sake, OK?
I don't think it's none of anyone's business & my doctor already knows but don't seem to concern about it. I don't feel like i want to tell anyone beside my doctors about this i don't know how they will judge me.Besides i haven't had an outbreak & my doctor thinks everything is going great. This is my first baby so everyone is kind of excited as well as myself i don't want any negativity. Aren't doctors suppose to keep your medical history confidential??
I'm sorry to say you are simply going around in circles and it is time to short circuit.
It is time to put baby first and to do this, you need to put your feelings about the right time to one side.
Your birthing team have to know and be able to discuss openly during your labour. It is therefore best that anyone in the room know as well. If they don't know or you can't tell them, then they are not in the room.
For goodness sake, this is herpes, totally irrelevant in the context of the joy baby will bring and your ongoing life. Just tell this guy and family in advance that you have herpes and this may (but very unlikely) play a role during childbirth. If they have any issues then they can just suck it up, it's not about them, it's about the baby and a special Mom.