Oh, a couple things that I forgot to add.
I've been taking prenatal vitamins since I found out. I had a blood test to find out if I was pregnant about 7DPO and it came back negative, but at that same appointment I had my annual check up. I've been to the dr since for follow-up and they all knew I'm pregnant yet no one said anything about setting up an appointment, so I figured it wasn't a concern. So, in a way, I have been to the drs while pregnant.
I had an interview meeting thing with a local birth center, that I just found out isn't covered by insurance :( and so I had some questions answered there. I just haven't had the first initial drs or midwife appointment yet.
I eat regularly and nutritiously (when I'm not craving cheetos anyway). I've had great vitals consistently for the past couple of years. I've always had super super regular cycles (apart from times on birth control, which is why I stopped) 28 days apart, 4-5 days. So I always know when I'm ovulating, and I know the day our child was conceived.
I also have all the early symptoms of pregnancy, sore boobs that look amazing (although, I understand they probably won't look this great ever again)! Cravings, mild sickness throughout the day, frequent urination, etc.
I also have a pretty firmed up uterus from what I can feel...so there's just not much I feel needs to be checked up on. I'm thinking I might go in for a checkup anyway if some think it's really necessary. But I just haven't heard from many people I know that it is.
And yes, I understand I'm a first timer here, and this was definitely not posted for those who have dealt with pregnancy loss, or any other pregnancy complications. I understand that is an entirely different situation, and I can understand there is much more concern and worry associated with pregnancies after m/c.
Sorry if TL;DR lol