Hey yall I'm 30 weeks I'm about to be moving to Colorado Springs in a week and im looking for an off base doctor if you guys have any suggestions on where or who I should be looking at that'll help a lot this is my first pregnancy and I don't want a rude doctor or crappy service I need to get a doctor before I leave or my doctor in Michigan won't release my records so if you guys can please help me out I would really appreciate it I'm only 18 and I'm very new to doing things like this on my own with out any family help and I'm lost on what I should be looking for
So today I saw a post on Facebook for an army related page that had 6 pregnant soldiers in it. They were in line for SRP. Their unit was not deploying yet there were so many negative comments about how they were getting pregnant on purpose to get out of things like all the other women that get pregnant in the military. There was so many men and women saying "you shouldn't start a family until you retire" ugh if most of us waited until we retired we would be starting families at the age of 40!
I heard from someone that Tricare now covers breast pump. I haven't called Tricare yet but I was wondering if this is true or if anyone has gotten one through Tricare or maybe through whatever va health care coverage. I'm a 50% disabled veteran if that matters.. And a military spouse
My family and I are going to do the upper east coast of the States tour. From the 1st -17th of July. As a kid, I always participated in the 4th of July events with my uncle and mom. At least saw the parades. Yes, they are more entertaining than the parades that we have here. We are Canadian and yes both are in the Military. My husband and kids have never experienced this celebration. This year our vacation will be this tour. We plan on camping all over the place in this region.
I would like to know the hot "spots" to be at for the fourth, seeing that we need to start to reserve places. I would also like to be near a base, so that we can see a version of the American Military celebrations. It will be a learning value for the kids.
Please do respond with some ideas or names of great family campgrounds. We have never been in the region and would like to have an amazing experience.
This my first experience being in any hospital ever so I'm not sure what to expect. What do I need to pack for the hospital stay besides the obvious clothes and things like that? I'm not sure what the hospital will provide for baby and myself, if anything and I don't want to overpack but at the same time don't want to have the baby and have to get someone to go out and buy all the stuff I needed to begin with. I'm at Fort riley if that makes any difference.
Just wanted to take a moment and thank all the Gold Star Families on here. As well as anyone who has lost someone throughout the years. For those who gave the ultimate sacrifices so that all American's will be free. Thank you.