I had the similar experience as Guest user described. They made my pregnancy sooooo miserable that it took me three months to get out of the depression. I had a perfectly healthy pregnancy. In my 20th week scan, I was 2 weeks behind the schedule. So doctor decided to send me over to Maternal Fetal Medicine claiming that baby was too small for age. My dates were off even at the very first scan at 12 weeks. Instead of rescheduling the due date, she sent me to maternal fetal. They bombarded me with all sorts of testing. Bpp, NST, doppler scans every week, and some twice a week. I was two weeks behind in every single one of my scans. But even doctors at MFM didn't bother to adjust the date. It continued for last ten weeks of pregnancy. It costed our insurance company thousands of dollars and costed me severe stress. I dont know what kinda deal they (this clinic) have cut out with MFM. Then around 37/38 weeks of my pregnancy, they started pushing us to get the labor induced, which was actually my 36th week of pregnancy. I went through whole day of labor induction with pitocin, which caused intense contractions every 2-3 minutes apart, but I was not dilating, because my body was just not ready for it. I went through the whole fiasco, one complete day. I wonder if contraction that strong for such long time period are even save for baby. Eventually the baby was born, and she was indeed in 37 week according to the doctor who evaluated the gestational age. Baby was weak and frail, Because last three weaks are crucial for fat gain in babies. But thankfully she was complete and healthy. Doctors were pressuring us to have the baby even earlier, which would have been my 36th week officially. This whole episode was sooo depressing, that I couldn't heal for a long time. I don't trust the doctors at this clinic and also the doctors at MFM.