Ob/ Gyn is Bowling Green
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Bowling Green, KY

#62 Feb 16, 2009
Julie.. please let me know how it went with Drexel. I used to see McCool (who move to Chicago i think) and I have not gotten brave enough to go to a new DR. I was thinking of going to Drexel.
Hewitt Fan

Alliance, OH

#63 Feb 16, 2009
Ahem wrote:
Holy Crap. I think as Kentuckians we get stereotyped a lot, but I'm really starting to think that everybody from Virginia is bat-shit crazy...
ROTFLMAO
Hewitt Fan

Alliance, OH

#64 Feb 16, 2009
I absolutely love Keith Hewitt! I had infertility problems and had seen a doctor in E-town for years with no luck. When I saw Dr. Hewitt for the first time, he looked over my records and sent me directly to Nashville to see an infertility specialist. He didn't waste my time or my money. BTW-insurance does not pay for any form of infertility treatments. After a couple of visits to Nashville we decided fertility treatments were not for us. After seeing Dr. Hewitt for 8 years for regular stuff, I became pregnant--very unexpectedly. He was awesome with me and my husband. He always had time for questions and heard my concerns with a very caring attitude. I had a very difficult pregnancy and decided to have a tubal after my daughter was born. Dr. Hewitt did try to talk me out of it, several times, and even in the surgery suite. He knew that I had wanted to have a large family and that this would keep it from happening. He did the tubal and has since done a few other surgeries on me. He is a caring, intelligent man who loves what he does. It is obvious by the way he sees his patients.
bgmom

Bowling Green, KY

#65 Feb 17, 2009
I love Dr Gass...he delivered both my 8 1/2 year old and my almost 6 month old. He is great. I didn't know that he wasn't taking new patients. A friend of mine wanted to switch Drs and wanted to go to a female so I told her about the new Dr with Dr Gass, her name is Dr Edge. She recently visited her and really likes her...she is trying to get pregnant and Dr Edge seems to be very proactive on everything so far.
well

Alliance, OH

#66 Feb 17, 2009
Hewitt Fan wrote:
I absolutely love Keith Hewitt! I had infertility problems and had seen a doctor in E-town for years with no luck. When I saw Dr. Hewitt for the first time, he looked over my records and sent me directly to Nashville to see an infertility specialist. He didn't waste my time or my money. BTW-insurance does not pay for any form of infertility treatments. After a couple of visits to Nashville we decided fertility treatments were not for us. After seeing Dr. Hewitt for 8 years for regular stuff, I became pregnant--very unexpectedly. He was awesome with me and my husband. He always had time for questions and heard my concerns with a very caring attitude. I had a very difficult pregnancy and decided to have a tubal after my daughter was born. Dr. Hewitt did try to talk me out of it, several times, and even in the surgery suite. He knew that I had wanted to have a large family and that this would keep it from happening. He did the tubal and has since done a few other surgeries on me. He is a caring, intelligent man who loves what he does. It is obvious by the way he sees his patients.
My insurance pays for fertility treatments....not sure what you have but don't say that insurance doesn't pay; mine does.
curious

Georgetown, IN

#67 Feb 22, 2009
HappyMomma wrote:
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I decided to leave my OB when I was 30 wks along...I went for a consult with Dr. Andrews and wasn't impressed. She did a cervical exam (which my doc hadn't done one since first visit as it puts you at risk of infections and at risk of early dilation) It was very uncomfortable and I bled for 2 days...which totally had me freaking out.
She had good bedside manner, but that really put me off. Needless to say I didn't see her again.
Ok, thank you for the info!

Since: Feb 09

Trinity, TX

#68 Feb 22, 2009
i really like Dr. Drexel. He has actually been the only obgyn i have actually liked. Well not all insurance pays for fertility treatments when i spoke with my insurance company they told me that it is all up to what the company you work for picks out for you to be covered on. just so happens mine didn't pay for it i haven't checked with my new insurance company yet. just because ones may pay for fertility doesn't mean they all will...
Edith King

Greenville, IN

#69 Feb 23, 2009
i just want to know whats wrong with having a medical card some people just cant afford insurance or their work place doesnt offer it .
i mean whats going on here people judge people b/c they cant afford health care isnt that what the medical card is their for is to help someone who cant afford it have proper health care for their pregnancy. Dont knock it because u might be their someday

Since: Feb 09

Brownsville, KY

#70 Feb 23, 2009
i hear you edith king i have been fortunate enough to actually have insurance but at one point in my life i didn't and i would of loved to of had some help. there are some people out here who actually do need the help and for those it is a good thing that the medical card is there. but then there are some that just don't want to work so they take advantage of it. i think those are the people that most people are talking about don't take what people on here say to heart you know that you are doing right and you need the help so don't worry about what others say.
Edith King

Greenville, IN

#71 Feb 23, 2009
I just recently found out that i am pregnant and it is a damn shame that ob gyn have stopped taking it I went to dr. gass with my first child and they took medical card now they dont. So i mean it just shows the economy is in a big slump.
Julie

Bowling Green, KY

#72 Mar 16, 2009
I had my first appt. with Dr. Drexel. He was very professional and answered all my questions. It's too soon to say whether I like him as much as Gass or McCool but I am going to stick with him and see how it goes.
checking

Scottsville, KY

#73 Mar 16, 2009
does anyone know of any Dr's that do tubal reversal in BG or close by?
bgg

Bowling Green, KY

#74 Mar 17, 2009
I have a question about cheeses. I know you aren't supposed to eat soft cheese while pregnant. Does that include the stuff they use at Puerto Vallarta's and Moe's? Anybody know whether those places use pastuerized cheese?

“Breastfeeding ISN'T a crime!”

Since: Nov 08

Boring Green, KY

#75 Mar 17, 2009
soft cheeses are like bree, the Kaukona ones. Cooked cheeses are ok. They use goat cheese, monteray etc.
the bitch

United States

#76 Apr 8, 2009
do not go to dr andrews i was workin on my second child and everything was great i set an app with dr andrews and she touched me in innapropriate ways and then two days after the dr visit i misscarried b/c of the things she did to me so please dont go to dr andrews she is a bad doctor please take my advise!!!!!!!!!!
Regretful

Bowling Green, KY

#77 Jun 25, 2009
Hewitt Fan wrote:
I absolutely love Keith Hewitt! I had infertility problems and had seen a doctor in E-town for years with no luck. When I saw Dr. Hewitt for the first time, he looked over my records and sent me directly to Nashville to see an infertility specialist. He didn't waste my time or my money. BTW-insurance does not pay for any form of infertility treatments. After a couple of visits to Nashville we decided fertility treatments were not for us. After seeing Dr. Hewitt for 8 years for regular stuff, I became pregnant--very unexpectedly. He was awesome with me and my husband. He always had time for questions and heard my concerns with a very caring attitude. I had a very difficult pregnancy and decided to have a tubal after my daughter was born. Dr. Hewitt did try to talk me out of it, several times, and even in the surgery suite. He knew that I had wanted to have a large family and that this would keep it from happening. He did the tubal and has since done a few other surgeries on me. He is a caring, intelligent man who loves what he does. It is obvious by the way he sees his patients.
I agree ... Dr. Hewitt is the best. When I was 30 I decided I wanted a tubal. I had one child of my own and was married to a man that had 2 children. Didn't think I wanted anymore. Dr. Hewitt advised against it, told me I was too young and that I may later decide to have more children. I was very persistent and he finally did it, although he didn't want to. I divorced the man with 2 children and have recently remarried and I now wish I had listened to Dr. Hewitt. He is a very caring, kind and compassionate Dr.
lola

Glasgow, KY

#78 Jun 26, 2009
does anyone know a gyno who will do an episiotomy and then put in extra stitches just to tighten you up?
Twin mom

Scottsville, KY

#79 Aug 22, 2009
Dr Granese has been my OB for over ten years. She's delivered my son and my twins and taken care of me through my dysplasia scare in which she had to perform cryosurgery. She's very up front and is awesome in the delivery room and her office staff is very friendly. I'd highly recommend her. I can not imagine a better doctor in the delivery room. My twins were high risk and she was excellent and took awesome care of me and I had very healthy babies. She does not beat around the bush, so if won't a lovey, dovey, doctor, she isn't the one for you. But if you want a very candid and honest doctor she is the one.
mom of three

Canton, OH

#81 May 31, 2010
Dr. Drexel has delivered all of my children. He is very professional and genuinely cares about his patients. The mom's and baby's health is always #1 and he will work with you on your birth plan, but if the baby or mom is in any danger he will do what's necessary for a safe and healthy outcome. He helps with 1st line fertility problems, not in-vitro, but other things that can be done like Chlomid or IUI to help things along. He's a great surgeon if you have to have a C-Section - he cares about how the scar will look and tries to minimize that. He is in practice at GGC and is accepting new patients. Dr Drexel is starting to do tubal reversals too and is a DaVinci robotic surgeon also for gynecologic surgery.
mom of three

Canton, OH

#82 May 31, 2010
www.drexelobgyn.com is his website.

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