Kristen mama to Chris(15), Kaitlyn(10), TJ(8) and Natalie(5) & Emily(2)
I think it's perfectly fine. Really from here on out is where you start doing more visits anyway and it gives you plenty of time to get to know a homebirth midwife. With DD I was being seen by an OB and I switched OBs at 32 weeks no problem. I don't see this being a problem either.
Mama to : '05, '08, '10 and expecting our 3rd January '13
~Marie: Mom to DS(17), DS(16), DD(14), DD(10), DD(8) & someone new on the way.
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Lisa, Navy wife, mom to three boys born 6/06, 3/09, and 4/16 and four in Heaven, 6/05, 5/08, 3/13, 4/15
I had both my babies w/Birthcare and was well-satisfied, but they, like any practice, do have their little quirks - and are probably most likely to be full already since they've been around for 20 years.
They may be able to refer you to the DEMs, though, if you're having trouble finding them on your own.
Here as mama to W (2/04), R (5/06), D (7/09), and J (12/9/12!), co-parenting with my DH
I WOH part-time, am a doula & childbirth educator, home/unschool, and hope we are nearing the center of chaos
Wife to Jesse, Mom to Ayden 12/01, Kailey 07/03, Ashlyn 6/05, Dylan 9/07, & Riley 12/09
Well it's not like you're switching in the middle of birth (I say that totally joking around)
I've interviewed 38 and 39 weekers, and they had their babies that night.
22 weeks is still early...some of our multips don't even seek care until after 26 weeks.
Jen Mama of 2 precious boys (9) (6) and still in with my Matt after 12 years together.
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