Then Wednesday the call that he can’t see us anymore - because it is a “high risk” pregnancy.
So now the only doctor being paid for by the insurance and willing to take a “high risk” pregnancy is 125 miles away. Country roads, not interstate. 2 and a half hour drive - one way. Luckily the insurance will provide transportation.
You wonder why “high risk” in quotes? This past doctor based his decision of “high risk” on the fact that my wife has a thyroid disease.
According to the new doctor my wife is only high risk because she was in pre-term labor with both pregnancies before. Now - that I can understand. But a thyroid disease you are being treated for?
You know, when I am stuck professionally—I see that as a challenge. I will do research, ask others for help and will stay in the loop - so I can learn!
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