So I have been thinking seeing as ttc is on the cards what I should do about early antenatal care. I have to see the gp for the first twenty weeks which is a pain because it's a waste of money, nearly fifty dollars an appointment. Anyway the last gp I saw routinely sends women for an eight week viability ultrasound, all well and good I don't mind, but I may not get him again as he is super busy and i wasn't overly happy with his level of care last time. However that ultrasound may be to my advantage this time if i lie and say I am not sure how far along I am as when I had it last time Ronin measured a bit smaller than my due date put me at so the ultrasound Edd was three to four days later than my lmp Edd, but the gp doesn't change it unless it's over a week out. If thats the case this time that's an extra few days it buys me in the vbac fight. So my question is would you lie and say you didn't know when your lmp was ( still nursing so it's plausible to have erratic cycles) or not.
I also won't see a midwife or ob until after twenty weeks so won't know until then how supportive the obs are of vbacs, the midwives should be no issue all the ones I have spoken to at various times have been supportive.