Brooke's heart rate was 157bpm <3 After my nurse got done checking the heart rate, she said, "She was kicking a lot" haha :)
Then my doctor came in :/ She asked me, "How old are you?" I told her 19. She looked at me like I crazy and said, "Don't you have more important things to do than have babies? You didn't think to use a condom or something?! Oh well, things happen I guess.. Anyway.."
In my head, I was thinking "Oh my goodness. how rude to do you have to be?!" But I just laughed and said, "I know, I know"
But anywayyyyyy, My Level 2 Sono at the Hospital is scheduled for December 12th, 2012. I get to see my baby again & see her little heart & lungs and MAKE SURE SHE'S STILL A GIRL & A PENIS DIDN'T POP UP ANYWHERE !!! lol.
On December 6th, I go back to my dcotor to take my sugar test - NOT EXCITED!
I would have beat that bitch, just because your young don't mean you don't want a baby, not everyone likes to act ridiculous and stupid at that age, I was 20 when I got pregnant, I was 21 when I had my son and the nurse at the hospital was saying how young me and my husband look and was surprised we were married but she wasn't rude like that
That was rude tho. I wonder what she would think of me. I am 22 with a toddler, a 3 month old, and ttc whenever it happens before getting tied. But I'm used to comments. From mothers, doctors, and pediatricians. O well!
Get a new obgyn and report her to the state. That's against her vows. arleast in my state anyone in the medical field, docs nurses, emts, even dental assistances have a view of conduct and unbiased philosophy they have to swear upon to keep an unbiased mentality while treating patients or she can actually lose her licences if there is enough complaints against her.
You maybe 19 buy YOU hired and pay HER. Feel free to remind her of that fact.
I hope you report your OB. That is repulsive. I was 20 when I was pregnant with my son and had him at 21. You need to remind the office staff and her that you pay her and you demand respect and you will be finding another OB and reporting that OB. That is against their rules and regulations with all states.