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Should I be "high-risk" pregnancy?
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buddhasgoddess posted:
I'm 4 months along, and I have a pacemaker. I have had it for 6 years now, and have also been through 2 pregnancies with it - and both times I was told I was high risk, and that I would need more ultrasounds. Which was fine with me, only because I got to see my little ones more often than I would have. But my new ob-gyn almost refused to give me the Maternal-Fetal-Medicine doctors number to get setup for an appointment. Which kinda makes me frustrated, and I wanna switch back to my old doctor, but I live about 3 hours away now. But anyways, I need ya'lls advice - should I switch ob-gyn's or stay with them (being they are the only ones in town)...
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