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    Dh came to all my ob appointments and ultrasounds, but not to gp to get slip for bloods etc

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    My DH came to absolutely everything with me for our first pregnancy. If/when we have a second I won't be expecting him to do so as it involved him missing some work days

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    With my first DH came to all the Ultrasounds and the parenting classes, with this one it will probably be the same!

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    My husband comes to all appointments, unless at work (shift worker) although this time round we have 2 little ones, I am making appointments on days when they are in care and I know he is off so he is involved as much as he can be.

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    This pregnancy DH has come to every single appointment, ultrasound and CTG trace. Which is just as well as its been rather stressful!

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    First pregnancy DH came to every appointment apart the last weekly appointments with OB.

    This one we agreed for him to come to scans only. The rest is so routine I don't need him there with me

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    my now XH didnt attend any appts with both babies.. it didnt interest him he said...

    This is a man who on my due date went to a bucks party and of course my waters broke and i was home alone ... had to leave him a note on the table and he got to the hospital at 8am the next morning ... suffice to say I was one cranky lady...... seems the lure of strippers and beer were more important than his 40 week preg wife.. i still remember the midwife telling him he stunk like booze and smoke and to shower and put on scrubs hahaha.... thank god hes my ex

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    My dh came to everything bar a couple of the later appointments with the ob as he couldn't get the time off. He wouldnt have missed any of the scans for anything!

    We did ivf so he also came to all the appointments before hand at the ivf clinic, as well as the egg retrieval & embryo transfer

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    My dh only came with me to 36w hospital appt. I did shared care though, so I didn't have to go very far with the 38w and 39w appt

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    All of the ob appointments and ultrasounds except one of each due to farm stuff!


 

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