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NOW CLOSED: UK MNers: Had a baby in the last 3 years? Please complete a survey for the BPAS - you could win a £250 John Lewis voucher

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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 03-Sep-12 14:21:29

We've been asked by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) to find out all about your last pregnancy and discussions around and about contraception.

Please answer this survey - it should only take a few minutes.

It's open to all UK MNers who have been pregnant and had a baby in the last 3 years. We'd like you to think about your most recent pregnancy when answering this survey as we want it to be as up to date as possible.

Everyone who completes the survey and adds their details at the end will be entered into a prize draw where one person will win a £250 John Lewis voucher.

Please note all data is confidential

Here's the link again

Thanks and good luck

MNHQ

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Mon 10-Sep-12 10:34:48

Hello - thanks for all the responses. GirlWithTheMouseyHair is the lucky winner of the £250 JL voucher - well done!

CailinDana Sat 08-Sep-12 16:22:07

I don't remember anyone ever mentioning contraception to me after DS was born - perhaps because it says "Catholic" on my notes??

maytheoddsbeeverinyourfavour Sat 08-Sep-12 16:20:17

Done

And grin at bungalows form of contraception

AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Sat 08-Sep-12 16:10:27

Marrow - sorry about that - you could add it in the "why" box and I will have a fiddle with your data a bit. Anyway may have missed you as I am closing this off soon.

thanks for all the responses so far...

Marrow Thu 06-Sep-12 23:15:16

I started this but can't complete as there's no option for sterilisation on Q9.

FaintingGoat Thu 06-Sep-12 21:04:46

Done. Almost every healhcare professional I saw asked me about contraception!

I also thought that bf as a sole method of contraception was unreliable, but I can't remember if this was suggested to me by someone else or if I just thought it myself.

pearlgirl Thu 06-Sep-12 20:32:37

Done.

ChrisHoysWonderfulThighs Thu 06-Sep-12 20:18:06

Done!!

kurlyvoice Thu 06-Sep-12 19:27:27

Done! Used contraceptives until my cycles returned then pretty much started work on DC2 (now 15 weeks)!

done. i was offered a lot of different types of contraception by every HCP i saw!

ifherbumwereabungalow Thu 06-Sep-12 16:12:45

Done, and am currently using husband's personality as main contraceptive method.

captainbeefheart Thu 06-Sep-12 14:19:05

Done grin

CouthyMowWearingOrange Thu 06-Sep-12 14:17:27

Done.

WitchOfORANGEdor Thu 06-Sep-12 14:16:52

Done, also agree on the lack of 'just too bloody knackered' , or ''DH on the computer until midnight' as contraceptive options! And I wish they'd stop pushing breast feeding as a contraceptive so much, one unexpected pregnancy and subsequent miscarriage later despite DS being surgically attached to my boobs for the first six months!

ShoeJunkie Thu 06-Sep-12 13:30:26

Done! smile

fluffywhitekittens Thu 06-Sep-12 13:27:58

Done, also in the no sex for a good while thank you very much camp. But has reminded me that I need to make an appointment with the family planning nurse smile

ohmygoshandgolly Thu 06-Sep-12 13:15:25

done

melliebobs Thu 06-Sep-12 12:19:31

Done

effingwotsits Thu 06-Sep-12 10:27:04

Done smile

giraffe I was 40 when DD was born so I don't think it's an age thing!

sybilfaulty Thu 06-Sep-12 06:17:12

Done

COCKadoodledooo Thu 06-Sep-12 03:49:45

Done. I answered based on my successful pregnancy with ds2.
I had a miscarriage at 11weeks into a completely unexpected pregnancy (GP and midwife both fully aware of this aspect of it) earlier this year, no one has discussed or even suggested contraception to me since then. In fact there's been no follow up from any medical professional at all, which I believe is not unusual, but maybe that's a topic for a different survey.

AndFanjoWasHisNameO Wed 05-Sep-12 23:30:46

Done - my midwife at my last booking in appointment was quite put out that I didn't want to be sterilised at the same time as my c section. She's going to be made up to see me yet again early next year then, the old trout grin

EnchantedBunny Wed 05-Sep-12 23:08:40

Done

Lyftiduft Wed 05-Sep-12 22:58:06

with you on the box ticking- after a 3rd degree tear that required over an hour in theatre to repair, I didn't need to discuss contraception before I left hospital with my newborn, thanks, surely it could wait? Some general sensitivity would be nice- surely my notes say what my delivery was like, so no, GP I don't want a coil fitted when the idea of any medical professional going anywhere near my vagina still makes me shudder and I'm still having flashbacks to the birth of my DS 20 months on sad hmm angry

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