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I see both my regular OB and MFM. Sometimes your OBs knowledge goes so far and if (God forbid) something were to come up, it is best to have MFM familiar with you and your pregnancy. Sometimes women deliver earlier than expected and the hospital that y
Katiecooky:What's a MFM?
Maternal Fetal Medicine
ks3pink:I never saw a MFM. I never had any complications to warrant one.
mo/di and mo/mo pregnancies: yes, 100% need MFM monitoring
di/di: I didn't have a di/di pregnancy, I would still consider it high risk but not in the same category as above. My sister had di/di twins and went to an MFM plus her OB throughou
I'm not seeing an MFM. My OB has plenty of experience with twin pregnancies and follows a more robust protocol for them (more frequent ultrasounds, earlier GD testing, etc.).
I am also "high risk" because of my age but so far there has been
Yes, they should. Doesn't matter the type of twins because all twins are high risk pgs and should be treated as such. Doesn't matter if the OB has high risk and/or twin experience. It's not the same. Doesn't matter if you
I saw one and I am very, very happy that I did. Throughout my whole pregnancy the babies were perfect at every check. I went on bed rest because of a shortening cervix, but am OB could have easily put me on bed rest for that.
The reason tha
6 year old daughter
Fraternal boys born on May 11, 2013 at 36 weeks 4 days
ERMommy:The only true high risk OBs are board certified MFMs. Period. As an OB. myself I only went to an MFM practice and they c