Thanks camnfaithsmom see ya soon! I thought it was weird too, why cant they order it and charge it to my insurance? Or send me to someone that has it, so that I dont have to pay out of pocket... but hey, Im going to do what they tell me to View Thread
Its been a long time since I've logged in. I hope all of you ladies had a joyous Thanksgiving and Happy Holidays to come. I had my monthly check up today and baby and I are doing just fine. But why does my doctors office have the wrong due date down STILL? The nurse told me I was 26 weeks and some odd days, and I told her NO according to my ultrasound from the Perinatologist office Im at 27w5d. Anywho, then they want me to come back for my Rhogam (sp?) shot next week, I was suppose to get it done today but they forgot to give me the prescription for it at my last appointment. This is why I hate the fact that we have to see all of the doctors in the practice, there is always something that gets screwed up. Have any of you had to go out to the pharmacy to pick up the seringe and medicine for your own shot? I was shocked, wondered why they didn't have this in the office. Needless-to-say, I will also be moving up it was so nice chatting with you all, will definitely see you soon in the 3rd Tri...well some of you View Thread
My confession is we are in the same boat. I take care of my urges myself when he's away, but when he's around I totally act uninterested. Because I AM.. its just too uncomfortable. The last time we tried, he just gave up because I complained too much. And this is totally not normal for me, so I hope it gives, sooner than later. I feel so bad and am happy that he "understands" and doesnt really pressure me.
When I switched doctors it was only for my last appointment in which was the 2nd time I had to go in due to fissures. So even after my post ops for a few months I still had to go back, I switched to another doctor in the same practice and he was MUCH better than she was, I was actually recommended by my original doctors NURSE, go figure. I guess she knew she wasnt the best with the patients, but she did a good job on my surgery. So he is aware and is alos capable of the surgery and colonscopy, I had to have the colonoscopy done the day before the surgery. Anywho I will keep all of what you shared in mind. Im sure Im gonna need it.View Thread
I'm actually enjoying and love looking down and seeing my stomach jump. My daughter felt her kick the other day and she was SO happy, it was the funniest thing. But when I bragged about it, I got a lot of "WELL you better enjoy it now because its gonna get worse" "its gonna be uncomfortable" "yada yada yada" thanks a lot Pessimists
Do you ladies feel kicks and punches on a regular? And are they uncomfortable for you yet?View Thread
You are absolutely right, the fissures are just as painful. And dont you hate people/nurses like that? Whats with the 3rd degree from the nurses? You're in pain and thats all that matters. Geez.. Im glad you are sharing your info with me because I swear my gastro is not a good doctor. She always rushes in and out of my appts and has never sat down with me. Im usually asking her questions while walking out of the door.. so on my last appt I switched doctors. I dont have to go in anymore for post ops appts but I will make one and ask for that Rx if these other things dont help me right away. I did know the risk of getting them again, I just hoped it wouldn't happen =(View Thread
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