his is a new initiative. Think it is a great idea.
When I was pregnant with my first child in 1969, this would have been so useful for me.
I had married in 1964 and we had been trying almost from the start for a baby unsuccessfully. Not helped by statement by my hubbies Doctor treating him for early stage of MS, that 'It was highly unlikely he would ever be able to father a child'. I had various tests, and one did find some blockage in my tubes, but still not pregnancy.
Only when I made changes in my life and started telling people I could not have children, did I beciome pregnant.
Physically it was an easy pregnancy - mentally, it was hell. There was no way I could believe that I would give birth to a live baby. Even wandered round the grounds of the maternity hospital I would be going into to try to see where they put Mums whose baby had died.
Each month, after my ante-natal check, I would go direct to my local library to look up in reference books what could go wrong in the next month.
Nobody, not even my husband or parents, picked up on how bad I was.
Just to say, that my son was born on time, and healthy, and the following year I had a daughter, two years after that another daughter and finally, two and half years later twin girls.
Never had those problems with the other pregnancy - but I really did spend seven months of serious mental turmoil. At least, now they would (hopefully) be picked up and treated.