In my experience, I was told that I at least needed a high risk OBGYN. Because the high risk doctors only had scheduled c-sections, they couldn't guarantee that they were going to be the ones to deliver me. If I also saw a normal OBGYN, someone from their practice would for sure be delivering me. They left it to me to decide. If i didn't also have a normal OBGYN, it would be a resident or attending on call who would deliver my son. Because I was nervous about what could happen, I wanted to make sure I had a normal OBGYN who was aware of my pregnancy and diagnosis, so they were fully prepared when I went into labor.