34 week appointment yesterday (well, I was 33w6d). Measuring right on 34, BP was high when I first went in (133/86, I believe) but they took it again on the way out because I had been in a rush and somewhat panicked by traffic and running late when they first took it, and it was 120/68. I'm pretty worried about preeclampsia so I'm going to continue monitoring at home. For now, midwife said it was following the expected pattern (closer to your prepregnancy BP at beginning of pregnancy, low in the middle, then coming back up to your prepregnancy average at the end) so she's not worried. In this hot weather I did get a reading of 130/80 at the drugstore last weekend, when it had been 105/70 or so for weeks (my prepregnancy BPs were usually somewhere between 110/70 and 130/85), so it's hard not to worry. (Granted the drugstore cuffs are technically too small for my arm, and we were in a hurry when we went in there--usually I only use those once in a while to try and make sure my home cuff is in the same ballpark.)
Anyway, I will definitely call the triage number if I see a trend of higher numbers. I also asked to come for my next appointment in 2 weeks instead of her suggested 3-4, to be on the safe side and also because my mom already thinks I'm not having enough appointments. I worry enough on my own without taking others' worries on board. Baby's HB was in the 140s. MW confirmed that my GD test and other tests had come back good, and said I would be tested for GBS at 36w.
Midwife said baby was lying along my right side (same as at my 28w appointment), head down and apparently anterior based on the heart sounds. Baby seems to like that position. Even with my big belly, I can often see a bulge on the top right, and sometimes I can feel her back running along my side. She's moving a lot most days and some of the movements are quite dramatic... feels like she's rolling all over the place in there sometimes. I prefer to think she's getting peeved because it's getting to be cramped quarters, so she's sort of heaving herself around and throwing elbows and stuff to try and make room.