Obviously, the ladies on this board aren't in this position, but maybe have been? At my 28w growth scan yesterday, I was informed that I didn't need to come back anymore (unless I wanted to). I was very surprised. My high risk is my age (almost 41) and that I had a previous rare brain condition which isn't supposed to ever happen again (and 99.99% chance it won't). I am being treated by midwives at this point and I thought I would have the support of this doc the whole time. The midwives are very low tech and I'm not even sure they regularly check proteins in urine (for example). I've read way too much about way too many complications that can happen, but I would assume they could figure that out?? Everything was great at my appt and I am blessed. So I guess I am just normal now? Can midwives determine if you have any weird stuff that can endanger the baby? I mean, I'm assuming so--I know that reg OBGYNs (or at least I don't think they did, as long as the HB was fine and no other symptoms) don't employ the high tech stuff that the high risk people do either.
*****Losses Mentioned*****BFP MENTIONED*****ALL WELCOME******ALL ABOARD!!
Me: 42, DH: 46, Married: 11/12
Losses: MMC#1 11/12 BO, MC#2 11/13 at 8w BO?, MMC#3 8/14 chromo healthy M @12
weeks, stopped growing at 10.
Negligible AMH, FSH finally went high. Pursued DE.
DD born at 38w2d on 5-27-16. Finally!!
Pregnant again with OE. EDD 11/9/17 Girl!