They never called to remind me which I thought was weird. So I get there after driving clear across the city during morning commute and they tell me my appt was canceled. I said that didn't make sense and so she had to go find my nurse who looked it up and determined it was an accident and put me back in. Sigh. Remember how I almost canceled in the first place???? I could've slept.
The nurse called me Rachel and I corrected her and she seemed mad that I did. So odd.
Up a pound. I figure that's Oliver's growth but still good to see that scale go up. All other measurements are fine.
Doctor told me "if you plan to have more kids, I'd highly recommend you wait several years. Your body is going to need time to m rebuild." I laughed and told him this was it. He doesn't personally prescribe chemical birth control but said he could refer me to someone else who does (he's done a ton of research into hormones and stuff and decided he just doesn't believe in altering hormones through birth control. He teaches some kind of fancy NFP that I am going to research. It's actually covered by insurance so it's more involved than just charting). I told him I was looking into his method but considering a permanent option as well.
Told me I needed to get a move on with planning a hospital tour because I'm getting awfully close.
I asked about the faint feeling and he thinks it's blood sugar and to eat more protein. Which is basically impossible right about now but I'll try.
I get a week off and then go at 35 for my GBS.