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looking for high risk ob in TN pitbullprincess Due June 24 (girl); 65 kids; Fayetteville, North Carolina 1295 posts
21st Feb '13

OK guys its finally that time! I am so close to being able to leave state for my OB care but anywho I originally was going to just use my families OB but not only does he not take high risk cases but he is about to retire...he did deliver my aunt and her siblings and all five of her kids so at this point I think he is more than entitled....So I am about to be in murfeesboro Tn and I dont want to just google a high risk ob and I dont want to leave it up to tricare to figure it out for me the one time the military is going to cover who ever I want and I want to hear from people who have had a high risk ob there and also if anyone has any info on the NICUs in TN as I dont think there is one in murfeesboro and want to set things up so once I am there I can try to see it and learn about the standards and rules they have there

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18061 posts
21st Feb '13
Quoting pitbullprincess:" OK guys its finally that time! I am so close to being able to leave state for my OB care but anywho I ... [snip!] ... and want to set things up so once I am there I can try to see it and learn about the standards and rules they have there "


I had to have a regular OB and they referenced me to a high risk doctor. Usually they are in the hospital here. I saw my regular OB while seeing the high risk once a week....

pitbullprincess Due June 24 (girl); 65 kids; Fayetteville, North Carolina 1295 posts
21st Feb '13
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" I had to have a regular OB and they referenced me to a high risk doctor. Usually they are in the hospital here. I saw my regular OB while seeing the high risk once a week.... "


....but your in SC?

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18061 posts
21st Feb '13
Quoting pitbullprincess:" ....but your in SC?"


...Yes....



I am trying to say you will most likely have to go to a regular OB and they will reference you to a high risk doctor if needed.

pitbullprincess Due June 24 (girl); 65 kids; Fayetteville, North Carolina 1295 posts
21st Feb '13
Quoting JessieLeeAnne:" ...Yes.... I am trying to say you will most likely have to go to a regular OB and they will reference you to a high risk doctor if needed. "


Not only is this not my first pregnancy to reference me to a high risk ob but I have already had care hun....I am not asking how to get a high risk ob I am asking for actual names and clinics as I cant be seen by a regular ob and need to let tricare know where to send my referral when I go out of state as I dont want to just google an ob and go then find out they dont handle high risk cases and be swapped around alot when I need my care now...this post is more directed for women who have been following my story sorry for the misunderstanding I thought my question was clear