Hi there, I am new to this board. I am 14 weeks pregnant with twins. I called my dr's office today to have a prescription refilled and got a phone call back that my care is being referred to a perinatologist. I am just a little surprised. I know twins are high risk, but i'll only be 30 when they are born. Part of the reason he wants me to see the peri is because my dr doesn't have privledges to deliver at the hospital they will most likely be born. I don't really want to deliver there, but it has a nicu in case something goes wrong. So i get it. I am just wondering if this is normal to be referred to a high risk doctor so early. Thanks in advance for the input.
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