I'm having a hard time finding a good natural pregnancy/birth-minded resource for the various and sundry prenatal tests, scans, and procedures that I'll be expected to have done. So far all I've come across are standard procedure websites, and by their count I'm already behind by 2-3 tests!
I don't want to have a completely low-tech pregnancy, but I want to avoid any unnecessary tests, particularly those which haven't been in use for very long. We are certainly not planning on aborting this embryo/fetus/baby, regardless of what the tests indicate, so I wonder how many of the tests I can/should refuse.
Is anyone else out there considering a less-tested pregnancy? Have you done low-tech only in the past? Are there any resources that you know of that can give good information about the purpose and research behind all of the tests that will be offered? And how does one go about refusing a test anyway?