i know various versions of questions like this circulate frequently, this is kinda specific and I'm looking for some stats from a group of ladies closer to me than the average twin mom.
i would love to hear about these number once we take out a ton of ladies that never really made the choice for themselves or with options even in there mind, so i come to you all
i guess what I'm looking at, is how likely with proper planning and midwifes around will a transfer be needed at the LAST MINUTE? i totally get that i can have things go in all kinds of direction, but how many things can really go.
EDIT TO CLARIFY: between the last two choices....
- **not critical** to me means that it is necessary medically but thankfully you have time to get to the hospital and are not in immediate life or limb threat (but might be if you wait too much longer)
- **critical** means that time has passed, you are hemorrhaging badly or someone is not breathing or getting oxygen and the time it takes to get to the hospital might seriously be too long.
I understand other folks have other feeling about these words, it just happened to be the ones i used, i would re-word the poll if i could but this explanation hopefully will suffice.
Edited by ~Adorkable~ - 12/6/10 at 11:01am