I got an IUD after DD was born but I've had horrible problems with it since and they did an ultrasound only to find it wasn't all the way in my uterus the way it should be and a big ovarian cyst. So, I had it taken out last Friday. She asked me "So, you're not ready for permanent sterilization yet, are you?" I said "No...I mean, I'm only 25." She said "Oh, I thought you weren't going to have any more since Reagan was so premature" She went on to to tell me the statistics of having pre-eclampsia again like I don't know. It really offended me. I'm already going to find a new OB anyway but I WORK with this one. (I work in an OB/GYN office) I would think she would be a little more sensitive. Yes, I know that I will most likely have another preemie due to pre-eclampsia if DH and I decide to have another baby but I think it's OUR decision to make. 25 is not an age to make PERMANENT decisions. Am I being to sensitive about this? It really bothered me. I know it's her job to counsel me but come on. Have any of your OB's suggested you not get pregnant again?