I don't think my midwife is doing my urine or bp tests properly so wondered if anyone can weigh in on what their midwives do? Bit of background: I have chronic kidney disease so am at high risk of pre eclampsia. I am consultant led and also seeing my regular kidney consultant. My midwife is also giving me additional appointments and very kindly fitting them into my schedule. Problem is, I don't think she is doing the tests right? I have seen her twice so far and both times she has got me to wee on a urine strip. Then she just glanced at it from a distance for a second and said it was fine and told me to bin it. She wrote 'NAD' on the notes ('no abnormality detected') but in between this, the tests the consultants have done have shown blood and protein in my urine. In fact I have had traces of protein at every kidney consultant appointment for literally years. And my midwife during my previous pregnancy used to spend a good few seconds checking the strips against a colour chart to look for abnormalities. Also, today my midwife took my bp but it only took about 10 seconds and I don't think she pumped the cuff up fully because there was hardly any pressure. I guess my question is, is it possible she's just very experienced and can do these tests really quickly? Or should I not trust the results?