Any suggestions or cautions will be much appreciated. I'm experiencing some problems that my family doctor says must be treated by a gyn. I have not been to one and do not want to just choose from the yellow pages. I'd really appreciate your input. Thank you.
Dr. Roberson at the Women's Clinic. I saw her after a miscarriage a couple of years ago and then when I got pregnant and found out my midwife was no longer practicing we decided to use her for ob care too. She is very nice, no problems at all.
I've been to a few OB/GYN's in FC and I really like Dr. Hayes at a Woman's Place. She did my VBA2C last year. She was the only one who would even consider it.
Thank you fruitful and bri. I'm going to keep your recommendations if I need to get another opinion.
The women in my dentist's office all recommended Dr. Christine Skorberg of A Woman's Healing Place. I liked her although she talked very fast and left me a bit whirlwinded. Her examination style was very good. She's going to do a myomectomy on me -- sort of a DnC to remove a polyp. I'm nervous about it, but hope that it prevents a hysterectomy. Anyway, I do so appreciate having some other recommendations as this might be a continuing health situation for me.
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