Trisha - posted on 02/04/2015 ( 9 moms have responded )
I came home so tired, and in tears yesterday. I did a day at work, and then got off an hour early to go to an appointment. Transited there, because that is the easiest/quickest way to get there without taking basically an entire day off work.
It is -25 degrees celcius outside. It took 22 minutes to get there on the bus, I got their early about 20 minutes, then my OB/GYN was 20 minutes late to see me. She said maybe two sentences to me, checked my measurements, and sent me on my merry way. The entire appointment was less than 5 minutes long. I hated it. Then, I was informed I am already at the point where I have to start going every 2 weeks.
I love being pregnant, and am so happy to be giving birth but I dislike that even IF I did find a doctor that I like, there is a VERY small chance she will be delivering my baby.
Has anyone else experienced this? And how did you turn it into a more positive experience? I want this to be the natural experience I always hoped it to be, and fear it turning into something where a cesarean and drugs are pressured onto me.