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  • I've been going to her for probably 15 or 20 year. She knows me very intimately. She always answers all my questions. She rushes from room to room but she never appears to be rushed.
    - BETH K.
  • I love this office. I moved here from out of state and was referred here by an urgent care when they thought I was having a miscarriage. I was seen with an hour by Dr. Provider name locked. , who then had me admitted for emergency surgery due to an ectopic pregnancy. That was back in September of 2013. Dr. Provider name locked. did an amazing job on my surgery and follow up and I've stayed with her and her office ever since. I am now 36 weeks pregnant and I love this office. The entire staff is great. I have never had any sort of problem with anyone being rude, the staff is always friendly and accommodating, even when you have to call after hours for advice. They definitely have gone above and beyond to provide the best care I've had and I highly recommend this office. I will continue to see Dr. Provider name locked. and her staff for many years to come.
    - Morgan D.
  • While I was just on the pill, everything was fine. Dr. Provider name locked. was helpful, if not overly friendly, but very efficient, which made the engineer in me happy.
    When I was pregnant, though, things were different. My first appointment with the midwife felt disorganized, like she had to keep remembering things to tell me. I told her that I was on Venlafaxine, an antidepressant. She said she wasn't familiar with it, but that they typically like to keep women on their antidepressants during pregnancy for the mother's mental health. What she didn't bother to look up, and I found out later, was that Venlafaxine is one of a few antidepressants believed to double, or more, the risk of spontaneous abortion (miscarriage.)
    I don't blame the practice for my miscarriage. I do blame them for keeping me on a drug that was, apparently, known to be very risky to my pregnancy and not at least informing me of this so I could make an informed decision. Or worse, if they didn't know, not being up to date on something so critical to a healthy pregnancy.
    When I started bleeding during pregnancy, they were very prompt about bringing me in for an ultrasound. Everything looked ok (6 weeks) but they couldn't see a heartbeat so they wanted me to come back two weeks later. Long story short, two weeks later we discovered I didn't have a viable pregnancy. Again, this wasn't their fault.
    What was their fault was how they went on and on about the possibility of a molar pregnancy, throwing out words like cancer and chemo when it didn't even look like a typical case. I just found out that I was miscarrying on my first pregnancy, and they decided to list everything that could go wrong. Everything, that is, except the fact that the D&C they recommended had the risk factor of scarring my uterus. That one they left out.
    I scheduled my D&C for the following Monday (I saw them on a Friday.) The doctor who was supposed to perform the D&C got sick and I was scheduled to have surgery with Dr. Provider name locked. . He kind of answered my questions, the surgery went ok, but he left my husband and mother sitting in the waiting room when he told them he'd let them know when the surgery was finished. Over an hour later they finally started asking about me, worried that something had gone wrong, and the hospital tracked down Dr. Provider name locked. , who made no apology about the situation.
    At my followup with Dr. Provider name locked. a month later, he told me I could start "trying again" right away. Not great advice, but again, not the issue. What he failed to tell me was that I could continue reading false positives on my pregnancy test if he missed any tissue during the surgery. Which ended up happening.
    This practice took an already heart-breaking situation and made it much more stressful, confusing, and difficult than it ever needed to be. If all you need is the pill, by all means, go here. If you think you will ever need anything more, please, go somewhere else.
    - Craig M.
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