Having a high-risk pregnancy means you have to make some really tough choices. Sometimes a lot of tough choices.
Whether it's to take a certain medication, do a genetic screening or have a procedure done, there are no right or wrong answers.
And that just adds a whole other layer of uncertainty that makes a high-risk pregnancy even more stressful.
If you are struggling to make a decision right now that has to do with your pregnancy treatment plan, this audio is for you.
In this short audio I share with you:
the one question you must ask your doctor to make sure you're getting all of the information you need to make the right choice for you and your family
how asking this one question strengthens the doctor-patient relationship
how this one question can help you feel confident about the decision you make
The Short and Sweet
Making medical decisions during a high-risk pregnancy is doubly stressful. Your doctor can provide you with more than medical advice when you're making these tough choices.
When you have to make a difficult decision, ask your doctor, "If your wife or your sister was in my place right now, what would you recommend for her."
This breaks down the barrier between the doctor and patient so youc an speak on an emotional level how this will affect you as a person.
Ask your doctor to get a little personal so you can make medical decisions confidently (Tweet that!)
Have you ever asked your doctor to get personal? Or do you feel like there's a divide that you can't close in your relationship with your doctor?
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