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Old 12-01-2012, 10:10 PM   #36
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It depends on which early ones you're referring to. Some care providers will want to do a pelvic exam during your first few visits to assess the size and shape of your pelvis. My first doc did this and didn't even explain what she was doing. I only found out she was taking notes about that when I saw my medical records years later.
Yes. To my knowledge, most OBs don't do them until around 37 weeks or later.

I was having lots of BH and cramping from about 34 weeks on. My OB checked me and said my cervix was unusually soft for that point so she sent me for an u/s to check cervical length. All was fine with it but she didn't check me gin until 37-ish weeks. (I hav no problem getting chked, personally.)
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