So, I don't know what to do. I have Mirena, an IUD, and I am due back in October. My Ob office has like 8 doctors and when you are pregnant you see all the doctors. I have gone there for quite a while and like them all. But, they are also located next to the hospital where I had audrey. I am thinking that I am going to have a hard time going there. the doctor that actually delivered Audrey...Audrey was her first baby as she was new in the practice. She came to the funeral along with several other nurses. One of the doctors is a family friend who I don't see much...his whole family came to the funeral and came to visit Audrey in the hospital when she was born. On the one hand, it would be easy to change. But, on the other hand, it seems that they already know the story and would have a bit more compassion and empathy towards me. I'm just worried aobut the flashbacks and breakdowns when I walk in.
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