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#1 of 31 Old 08-11-2004, 12:09 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Just thought I'd see when/if people were headed in for a first appointment. We met with our midwife for an interview/consultation on Monday and then scheduled a first appointment for September 7 (I'll be just over 9 weeks). She usually likes to have something earlier, to go over some pregnancy do's and don'ts, but I begged off and she was accomodating because she's going out of the country for a couple of weeks. She wanted to see me right at 9 weeks, though, to check for a heartbeat-- I guess she considers it important to hear it as early as possible.

It's funny-- with my first pregnancy, I was all gung ho about going to the midwife early and often. Now I feel like I could sit back and just wait until the delivery. Realistically, we'll need to get an ultrasound because of some genetic concerns (that would require a hospital delivery), but even that I feel a little bit ho-hum about. I think I may have been spoiled by having an easy pregnancy the first time around... I just can't remember what happens that's so important at all these prenatal visits.

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Just got my latest blood test results and all is well so I am thrilled.

As for my first appointment...I am seeing a fertility doc so part of their practice is to have the first prenatal with them before you head off to the practitioner of your choice (in our case, a midwife who also happens to be a good friend). So I will have an u/s and a first prenatal at 7.5 weeks (I will probably discard most of the info!) it's just another hoop to jump through. Though I am aware of all the risks of u/s I think the peace of mind for us will be fantastic. Though today I am having a really good feeling that all is going well.

We should start a weekly thread soon, so we can get to know each other better & keep up to date! I would offer to start it but I am going on holiday all next week. I would be happy to start it on Aug. 23rd when I get back.
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I don't know. I think I may wait a while. I haven't even found a doc yet. Last time I had a midwife and doula, this time I'm going with a doctor, so I've got to start my search.

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We also have an u/s scheduled with the infertility specialist at 7 weeks (next Wed, 8/18). I honestly can't wait. I know a lot of folks around MDC are against u/s, but for me, the stress of not knowing for sure that things are developing as they should be is worse.

I have my first appt with the midwife at 8 weeks, 8/25. They wanted to schedule me for the following week (9 weeks), but I'm anal & wanted the visits on even numbers (8, 12, 16, etc). I know, I'm a dork I think with my dd we went to our 1st prenatal at 6+ weeks, even before the u/s w/the infertility specialist. So, I'm definatly more laid back about it this time.
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Hello ladies!

We're going to our first appt next week, which will be around 8-9 weeks. Interestingly, when I call my provider's office to schedule an appointment, the receptionist seemed surprised to hear that I was pg...as if getting pg when my ds is 15 months is highly unusual?!?! She said "But you just had a baby last year!" I replied with a "Yeeeessss." What a silly lady!
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I am going to talk with a midwife at the birth center next week to see if they'll take me with my history, and I imagine I'll have an appt around 9-10 weeks if they will. Otherwise, I'll go back to my OB/midwife practice and they have 1st appts at 10 weeks. They don't do early u/s unless it's really necessary. I will have an u/s around 14-15 weeks at the perinatologist to check the baby's heart though, and a fetal echocardiogram later.

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my first appointment is next thursday. i have been feeling ho-hum about the appointment too. it'll be nice to go and make everything feel more "official" but at the same time i'm not in a huge hurry.
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My first appointment is August 25th. I will be about 7 weeks preg then. I am seeing a mid-wife this time who delivers at one of the best birthing centers here in NYC.

I am feeling nervous - I feel like I want an U/S just to check that everything is "okay". And I here you CTdoula - I know alot are against, but the stress of me freaking out can't be good for my baby either!
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I suppose I should probably start thinking about this LOL ... second time around and I'm just not as 'excited' to go see anyone.

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I'm going Thursday the 19th for a consultation more than a first appointment. Interview the staff, see the center, ask my questions. I am still undecided on a homebirth vs birthing center. I was born at home, and it really seems natural. At the same time I love having people there to do everything for me and hand me things and spoil me. LOL. The center I'm looking at has water births which is what I want. Then , they say that post partum you can enjoy a nice dim herbal bath nursing your child. That image sits well with me :LOL

Then again I don't know if DH could handle two kids by himself while I recovered and chilled at the birthing center. WOW- you know you don't get out much when a birthing center seems like a couple days at the spa. yikes.
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Well, I'm going to a "New Pregnancy Orientation" next week (8/18) and we are supposed to make our first appointments then. I'm going to a different Kaiser than where my normal gynecologist is because it's the only place with CNMs. And a nurse at the "old" place said (assuming I was staying with them) that I wouldn't get an appointment for another month and a half! I'd be almost 12 weeks by then! I thought that was weird. But I guess, from other comments here, that it's not all that important. And we did already have an appointment and u/s (which I kind of regret now but wasn't given much choice of when they wheeled it in and my feet already in the stirrups!) because of the spotting I was/am having.

We'll see what happens at this orientation. I'm crossing my fingers that I get a good, low-intervention CNM. I was really considering a homebirth before the pregnancy but now I think I just want to get a feel for what Kaiser has to offer and then go from there. Hopefully it won't be too late to get in with a HB midwife if I decide to do that. Will take some convincing of DH though if I do.

MaryLang- just curious- why are you going with a doctor this time instead of MW/doula?

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I had my first appointment with my OB on 8/6 at 4w6d. I absolutely love her. I picked her because I had read that she specialized in natural child birth and she had all the right answers to my questions! She also is the OB on call for the local birthing center (which I've heard bad things about so I don't plan to go there) and all the docs in this all-female practice emphasize natural birth so it doesn't matter whose on call! I go back for an u/s and f/u on 8/23 at 8w2d. I'm not sure if that's standard there, but with my m/c I feel it will be important to do.
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Loveofmylife- I hope my answer doesn't offend anyone. With dd #1 I went with everything I could to have a natural birth, bradley class, birthing from within, hypnobirth, midwife, doula, birthing center. And I think my biggest mistake was not sticking with my doctor (I swtiched at 30wks). IMO and my DH's my midwife (who was a stand btw to my real m/w) and doula were absolutely terrible. I was in labor for three days, real labor for two, long story short, m/w never checked babies position (posterier), baby was stuck, every request for drugs after two days (I was totally exhausted, no sleep for three nights), was denied. Finally I was tranfered to the hospital (attached to the BC) got my epidural, pushed for two hours, my body gave out, I just couldn't push anymore, IMO if they would have given me something earlier, my body could have got some well needed rest. They were so gun-hoe that I go completely natural that I ended up with a c-section. This time I plan to have a doc, try to go natural using the bradley method, rely on DH instead of a doula (who only wants good marks) and see how it goes from there. Sorry, this is still a touchy subject, I am just glad I get the chance to do it again, and maybe this time end up with a vaginal birth.

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Mary - Thanks for sharing your story. I hope things turn out better this time!

I think it is helpful for us all to remember that we have an ideal birth we shoot for and we do the best to attain that, but things don't always work out as planned. My OB is a doc (obviously) and even she couldn't get what she wanted because of some medical realities she had no control over!
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My first appointment is on August 26, at a day shy of eight weeks along. We are going to the same midwife team that we had for the last pregnancy. Hoping the homebirth works out this time. I am more laid back about prenatal visits this time, too.

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i am seeing my midwife for my first appointment at 7 1/2 weeks. it's a tad bit earlier than normal for her practice, but i've had a recent miscarriage and she wants to check me out. also, we feel that getting an ultrasound done soon will calm a lot of fears i have regarding this pregnancy. by 7 weeks, 4 days, we should be able to see a heartbeat via u/s. after this one, we probably won't have another until 20 weeks. maybe even not one then.
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Well, I finally found a doctor, but my appointment isn't until Sept. 14th. I'll be about 11wks, thats how far I was when I had my first app. with dd #1.

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ll probably go around 11 weeks as well . . .I'm not sure how long I'll stick with the doctor I have. I want to stay with her so that I know my progesterone is being monitored, but then I want a midwife.

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We got back from vaca yesterday so I just went in for my official pregnancy test this morning. They scheduled my appt. with the midwives for Sept. 15th. My last period was July 3rd, so I think I'll be almost 11 weeks.
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yay, birth center will take me!!! I just have to see if they're on my insurance first. She wants to see me asap, so probably next week or the week after (7-8 weeks). I'm just 6 weeks today.

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Has my first appt with the mid-wife on Wednesday. All went well - she is really nice and I like her alot. I go back in a month. We declined to do the 11 week nuchal fold ultrasound. Anyone else?
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I called my midwife earlier this week and it turns out that her partner midwife had a baby and is on maternity leave. So, a male naturopathic doctor (who I have issues with from him 'helping' us with my ds' developmental issues) is doing all the early prenatal visits, while my mw is just seeing late-term mamas and catching babies. Ohmigosh, I got upset. But, all's well, they called me back a bit later to tell me that the other midwife would be back in about four weeks. So, looks like this will be an 'unassisted pregnancy' until 10 or 11 weeks, lol.

Goodcents, what's a 'nuchal fold' ultrasound? I have never been offered one, but it doesn't sound like something I'd want anyhow
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nuchal fold is when they measure the neck of the fetus during an 11 week u/s. children with down's have larger neck folds. this coupled with a blood test is quite good, and acutally preferred in Europe, as a method of testing for down's.
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I had my first OB appt at 5wks. I called to make an appt as soon as I confirmed with a home preg test because my husband's employer will be laying off some people in the very near future. When you go to your first OB appt, the insurance company is billed a "global amount", which covers everything. So... since i've gone to the dr already, if my husband loses his job, then it's already paid for!! hee hee :LOL

I am choosing to go to a Dr. instead of a midwife. I really have never considered going to a midwife or having a doula. It's just not for me. Both of my births have been w/out meds. I didn't even go to any Bradley classes. I did read a Bradley book but when it came down to it (labor/delivery), I kind of did my own thing. Not so bad. I mean, it's no walk in the park, but it's definitely manageable pain. And definitely worth it. Ya know?

(I posted some of this in another post somewhere, but here's more about my appt)...

I really love my Dr. When I was pg with #1, I was searching for a female Dr but heard a lot of good things about this one male Dr. So I put aside my feelings and went to this male Dr. I LOVED him; he was so nice and witty. Things went well until towards the end when i let him know I was planning to have an unmedicated birth and mentioned the word "Bradley" and gave him my Birth Plan. He freaked out! He had never received a birth plan before, and he had a bad experience with a Bradley person before and didn't want to deliver my baby. Although some might be offended and leave that Dr, I really did like him as a person and wanted to *show* him that the lady he had an experience was a kook but not all Bradley-type people are kooks. So he delivered my baby, and all went well. He was surprised that I didnt give in to the meds (because most do, I guess). :LOL I think he got a new view of these things since then because when I went back to him with #2, things went really well, too. (no meds again, no birth plan either ).

Then now that I am PG with #3, I went to him again. I was so shocked! When he walked in the room, he greeted me with a HUG! He has never hugged me before! Hugging my Dr was something that NEVER crossed my mind, so I was so touched that he hugged me. I felt that he has respect for me and my decisions and has come to really like me. (of course all of this is in a doctor-patient type manner.) I really like him; he is such a respectable doctor.

After having #1, I realized that while some may prefer to do birth plans, I think they are really unnecessary, IMO. I think a birth plan sends the message that you don't trust the doctor/nurses/pediatrician. Who performs their best when they think they are being doubted? It makes them nervous because 1. it's not the norm and 2. they probably feel threatened in a legal sense because if this person is doing a birth plan, they are extremely particular and will sue for anything. It is much better to have a Dr you trust and just *talk* to your doctor and don't be afraid to speak up at the hospital to nurses, etc. In my experience, if you just talk to them, they will listen to you and honor your requests. They thought it was odd I didn't want meds, but everyone needs to learn at some point that all people are different and they are there to accomodate *you*.

I feel better being at the hospital so if something goes wrong, I'll be in the right place!

I'm looking forward to my next appt because I really am happy with my Dr . I hope everyone else is able to find someone they really like too.
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i go in on monday, but i am not really sure if i will stick with the OB that delivered my dd#2. we can't afford a midwife, and i know i am not the UC at home type. so, i chose this woman last time because she was the only OB who would see me and accepted our insurance. she is nice, and she did a fine job . the thing is, i hate the hospital i delivered at. mostly the nursery staff and the ped that saw my DD#2. so, i am thinking of delivering at a different hospital and therefore would have to get a different OB. so................. we'll see. i'm going to talk to my current OB and our NP that the girls see from time to time, and find out if i can get things my way. if they will let me make the rules while i'm there (24 hrs max) then i'll just stick to the original hospital.
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I went for a consultation at 7 wks but my BC doesn't routinely schedule first appts untill 12 wks.

I did the traditional thing with dd#1 and my OB turned out to be a total quack. I've since learned thay my hospital is about ten years behind in its birthing/newborn care practices. I'm sure looking forward to a more natural birth with #2.
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I'm enjoying reading who likes what and why(OB/MW/hospital/homebirth/UC) . . .I had an OB with #1, and there was nothing (other than having a baby!!!) that made it fabulous, but it wasn't bad. I got the natural birth I wanted (I should say my definition of natural, which is no drugs-- I know some people include more), but put up with some attitude and non-supportive people. Ugh.

We met with the MW (it'll be a hospital birth) and I LOVE her. She works with a group of MWs, which I like . . .although it will be a hospital, all rooms have Jacuzzis, which I really wanted with DD for the pain (all I got was a shower!). DH seemed very comfortable with her, too, which is amazing considering he is no way, no how "crunchy" and had been hoping that I'd pick an OB.

I gave in and scheduled the early u/s. Kinda stupid since I'm 10 weeks and won't have long to wait to hear the HB with the Doppler. So, on Thursday we should know if everything is OK so far.

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Elena: Just a thought for you - I heard the heartbeat with a doppler at 9.5 weeks. Maybe you can hear yours right now too! Good luck! -Carey
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I have my first appointment next week at 13 weeks. We just moved to a new area and I can not find any doulas midwives or even female docs! I really don't want a male OB but I guess I'll have to give this guy a try. I'm actually pretty discouraged about the birthing situation here and sometimes fantasize about a self-assisted homebirth! I didn't have a good experience with the male doc who delivered my first babe. I know they are not all the same but studies have shown that having a woman present during another woman's labor can decrease length and severity of labor.
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