Ok friends, I need some help/advice.
Since I finally have health insurance again, I made a doctor's appointment with a well-respected doctors' office here in town.
When I made the appointment, I asked if any of the doctors or midwives in the practice were familiar with NFP. It was clear from the response that the receptionist herself was not familiar with NFP and I'm doubtful that she will relay this information to anyone else. I'm sure she'd just never heard the term before as she wasn't rude, her question (and I can't remember her exact words) just made it clear to me that she didn't know what I was talking about.
My question is:
What do I need to do to be prepared for this appointment?
Is there information out there that I can take with me to give to the doctor/midwife who sees me?
Or am I just being my usual over-thinking-worried-about-nothing self and I should just not worry about it at this point (since there is no problem and we aren't trying to achieve pregnancy)?
(The Man and I continue to use NFP to prevent pregnancy. There is nothing (physically or in my charts) to indicate that there is any type of problem.)
I don't want to be *that* patient who is a know-it-all; but I also don't want to mess up this first-impression in explaining NFP (as I did when trying to explain it to The Man).
Help. Please and thank-you!