You can be discharged after 24 hours if everything goes well and you want to go home. There is a insurance mandate that you can stay up to three days if you want to, but you don’t have to if all is well after a normal vaginal birth.Not necessarily. Mom just has to piss and shit to be discharged, unless there are other complications.
Source: Have a crotch-fruit and all mother had to do was drop a deuce before we could leave. We were at the hospital for maybe 30 hours total.
Personal experience. They were fine to discharge us at 24 hours, there was nothing about anyone having to poop except the baby at our hospital either. But the baby needed a doctor to sign off on some officials testwhen it’s 24 hours old. Unfortunately for us that “24 hours” hit at Saturday at 10 pm so no doctor was in to sign discharge papers until the next morning. Still we were all out of there within 36 hours. The baby was born within 3 hours of arriving at the hospital so we were in and out super fast, entered Friday evening, out before 10 am on Sunday.
Phil has the audacity to beg charity for taxes, he’d be begging for baby donations three minutes after a positive EPT test.
I just hope even Phil realizes he’s exactly the type of guy that would resent a child for taking up to much of his soulmaid’s time.