I get asked all the time, “Do you have any pregnancy diagnosis codes?” and the answer is usually “Yes!” and “No!” and “Definitely!” and “Yes!” at random. But there are some codes that just sound like they should be obvious to everyone, yet we all keep bumping into each other and asking.
I’m not so sure I really do. In my opinion, pregnancy diagnosis codes are basically an excuse to ask the question. The idea is to find a code that is easy to remember and that people can understand. They are also an excuse to ask the question so we can feel like we’re doing something. The fact is, I don’t think we are.
I think the question is not so much the code itself, but how you can remember it. After all, we have no idea what we are doing or what we are being asked to do. But once we start asking questions, we can actually come up with a code. I think this is why they are often used as an excuse to ask a question – when you know what your doing you can think of a code that you know the purpose of.
The code is a way to remember what is happening. It is a way to explain why you are doing something. This is why you can use the code to get what you want.
Just like a code, a pregnancy diagnosis code is a way to remember how we got pregnant and why. It is a way to remember what happened. So the code is a way to remember the event.
In addition to that, code is also a way to remember what your doing. So if you are going to get pregnant you need to remember what you are doing. We call this the “fertility code”.
The code is not a place to be alone. It is a way to be with people. It is a way to be with other people. It is a way to be with people who are going to look after you. It is a way to be with people who will be there forever through your pregnancy.
At first glance, the code might seem like a little crazy. But the fact is, it’s a way to connect. The code is the thread that binds us to the other threads. The code is a way to connect to others. The code is a way to connect to the future and the past. The code is a way to connect to the future and the past.
When I was pregnant, I was also on the autism spectrum (I’m on the APG-R and other developmental tests, as well as having an adult speech therapist), which meant that my friends and I would often feel isolated and weird. That can also be true for people on the autism spectrum, and while the code is a way to be with other people, also a way to be with people who are going to look after you.
By coding, we’re not only able to connect to the future, but also connect to the past. Coding is a way to connect to the future and the past.