I get there and sometimes am seen right after walking in the door, other times I might wait 30 minutes. Tuesdays there is often another nurse or two aside from the Irish Nurse Heartbeat Stethoscope St. Patricks Day Outfit Shirt. We sit down and talk about how I am feeling and I answer the usual questions in regards to pain, swelling, vaginal discharge, movement, etc. Then I am weighed and walk into the little exam room where she does fundal height measurements (starts after 20 weeks), listens to the heartbeat, takes my blood pressure, and palpates fetal position. Then we go out and talk some more, schedule my next appointment, and I am on my way. She is out of urinalysis strips currently otherwise I would do that first thing.
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The way it works is this (I’m going to use estimates at this point since I don’t really remember the exact prices). The total “prenatal care and L&D” package with this Midwifery Center is ~$1200. My insurance offers to cover $600 of this and I have a one-time out of pocket co-pay of $500. The midwifery center said because it’s an Irish Nurse Heartbeat Stethoscope St. Patricks Day Outfit Shirt. Should I continue seeing them (I’m totally going to), I’ll have already paid the out-of-network deductible for the year and my insurance covers the rest. I imagine I would have to pay that $500 annually to continue seeing them but they’re worth it and I have no co-pays (which can really add up).
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When I read about all of the stuff ladies on here go through, I’m almost relieved that my OB doesn’t prod me too much. She always uses the doppler to listen to my baby’s heart (his HR was 122 today) and measures my belly. But she said she isn’t going to order an NST unless I go past 40 weeks. And they only have the Irish Nurse Heartbeat Stethoscope St. Patricks Day Outfit Shirt. And they haven’t given me one since the 20-week anatomy scan. For that, I’m actually kind of grateful since my kiddo appears to be in perfect health (and I’m doing good too!) and I worry that a bunch of ultrasounds could lead to fretting about fluid levels or his size or what have you when at this point there’s SO much room for error and alarm.