I went in for my annual exam today and despite EXTREME pressure from my baby pushing Oct '10 BB and my own screaming ovaries, I remained strong and left with my IUD firmly in place. After all the unpleasantness of the actual exam (which was actually one of the least unpleasant I've had), I asked the OB/Gyn about what I'll need to do to transfer care to my MW group once I get PG (I was on campus employee insurance last time and I'm on student health insurance now). My crappy student health insurance isn't actually all that crappy when it comes to maternal care. I just have to go in to the student health center, take a PG test, and then head on over to the BC. I was worried they'd want to do a dating scan, which I don't want. The only bummer is that I might not be able to use one of the MWs if I have to transfer care to a hospital (if I risk out of the BC). But I'm not too worried about that because I'm in excellent health and my last pregnancy went swimmingly aside from the awful awful nausea. I'll have to check in with the insurance folks when it draws nearer to TTC. Oh, and I asked about coverage for a HB and she knew nothing. I got a strange look when I asked about HBing. Just about as strange as when I told her I'd be refusing the diabetes test she recommended I get before we TTC. Really? Diabetes? I have zero risk factors, no family history whatsoever, and my last pregnancy didn't even have a glimmer of GD. Thanks but no thanks. They can keep their tests.
Anyway, I'm all set to continue "thinking" until it comes time to yank this thing!