Since I am Active Duty Army, I have to be seen at the Army hospital on my base. With my first kid, he was diagnosed with a birth defect in utero, so I had non-stress tests and tons of ultrasounds. With this one, however, despite my one miscarriage and my son being pre-term and having a defect, AND beginning this pregnancy with twins and losing one at 10 weeks, I've only had one ultrasound after I lost the twin (20 weeks) and I'm seen once a month. They listen to the heart rate, and measure my uterine height (which they have said is a few weeks behind, and at my 20 week the baby was measuring behind even though I know for a fact when I got pregnant). I'm at 36 weeks and they haven't checked my cervix or anything, even though I was dilated a couple months early with my son. Maybe I'm being paranoid...I was just wondering how often civilians are seen and what they do at your appointments. I'd really like to know how much the baby weighs and to make sure he's head-down, and to make sure nothing's wrong since they keep saying he's measuring behind. So how do your appointments go, and how often are you seen?