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Mothers Help/Maternity Nurse

(7 Posts)
Bert2e Sun 24-Feb-13 21:33:10

How about looking for a postnatal doula? Doula UK would be the best place to find one.

Emmiedarling Sun 24-Feb-13 21:27:11

I had the MOST wonderful maternity nurse in Sept/Oct. I'm in London but she actually lives in Oxfordshire. Message me if youd like details.

PEMLeers Tue 19-Feb-13 11:41:34

Sorry should have mentioned that I live in great Haseley, Oxfordshire

Derbys Mon 18-Feb-13 06:27:18


I know someone who is an experienced nanny but is wanting to get into maternity nursing, she is neg on salary as just wants the experience and hopefully a nice reference. Pm me if you would like her details

jimmychooshoes Mon 18-Feb-13 00:17:37

Hi, same question as the other poster? I work as a mat nurse and I'm free for March.............

DerbyNottsLeicsNightNanny Sun 17-Feb-13 19:59:25

Where do you live?

PEMLeers Sun 17-Feb-13 19:39:30

I am having a c section on march 4th and have a little 2 year old boy and I am going to need some help. We are on a tight budget does anyone have any ideas of where i could find someone or have anyone they could recommend?

Thanks so much

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