When i got pregnant, my husband and I were living in FL. I went to the doctor there. but my husband quit his job to take another one so we had to move to TX. I was home in MS visiting family for a month and had a doctors appointment there. The doctor did an ultrasound and everything and said everything looked fine and that i was having a boy.Well when i got to TX at the end of March, We haven't gotten insurance for the new job yet. So i didn't go to the doctor at all in April. Now, My husband found out he has to go to school to learn his new job and i will be going back to MS to have my baby and be with family. But i won't be there until the 31st of this month.right after that i will be making my appointment for a new doctor. My question is should i be worried that i haven't seen a doctor in 2 months? I can feel my son moving everyday with strong kicks, No bleeding, or contractions or anything like that. only thing i can say i'm feeling is a pain above my belly button and some soreness to my back and sides.
You should be fine love, my doctor is on maternity leave so it was 7 weeks between one appointment and the next as I decided not to go to a different doctor and just waited to see my obstetrician. So I had an appointment at 20 weeks and I just had one at 27 weeks, and I knew bub was fine because he/she was moving fine and I just continued with my normal routine. People say it's bad to miss the appointments but as long as you are having a healthy pregnancy (plus you just haven't been able to get there due to being interstate) you should be okay in all honesty :)
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