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Today I went in to my primary care Dr. to take a pregnancy test and confirm that I am in fact pregnant. I already knew that but it was just a technicality that insurance wanted so that I can go in to the OB that I am wanting to go to. So it was kind of neat to share the news with my Dr. I have been going to her since I was in my early 20's.
I got the paper that proved I was pregnant so I called to set up my appointment with my OB. She wants me to come in @ 7 weeks to take a full crazy medical history and then a week later to see the actual Dr. because of my "advanced maternal age". So my question is for you oldies out there like me, isn't the first optional testing @ 11 weeks? I guess I need to do some research on it.
But it is finally setting in that I am pregnant! It's really real
How far along will you be then? My primary mentioned an NT scan or NC scan? And said 11 weeks and to make sure to tell the OB you wanted it done. I am so new to this whole age thing lol I might take notes at my appointment just to be safe.