You can request copies of your records and if you have a consultant, ask him to look at it and interpret it for you. If you don't have a consultant you can take it to you GP who can refer you to an ob/gyn to do the same. Please also let them explain carefull what risk means. The way it is used in some scenarios it can make things sound worse. When they say things like 1 in 200 chance for example it sounds pretty risky imo but to say 0.5% possibility or 99.5% sure it won't happen then it sounds 'safer'? Dunno if it does the same for you. At least then you can start to put things into perspective. Good luck with your pregnancy and try not to worry. When things start to go wrong there is usually enough forewarning to give you time to act positively.