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#21 Apr 27, 2010
I didn't go on bed rest till I was 6 1/2 months and then I had the twins at 7 months. Womens care didn't even find out I was having twins until I was 5 months pregnant. Which was really suprising. Seems to me that they really didnt do there job. I didn't really get the care I needed with them because of not knowing there was 2 of them. Going to Dr. Campbells office to me was a bit of relief. I knew everything about the babies. The ultrasound tech at Dr. Campbells was great. Womens care was great during my first pregnancy, Really never had to wait and never had a bad staff. Katie Issacs was great.She delivered my daughter.
great

Waterloo, Canada

#22 Apr 27, 2010
redneck4sure wrote:
I didn't go on bed rest till I was 6 1/2 months and then I had the twins at 7 months. Womens care didn't even find out I was having twins until I was 5 months pregnant. Which was really suprising. Seems to me that they really didnt do there job. I didn't really get the care I needed with them because of not knowing there was 2 of them. Going to Dr. Campbells office to me was a bit of relief. I knew everything about the babies. The ultrasound tech at Dr. Campbells was great. Womens care was great during mohy first pregnancy, Really never had to wait andnever had a bad staff. Katie Issacs was great.She delivered my daughter.
yeah I have to say I felt way more comfortable going to a high risk specialist as opposed to women's care but I just like dr. Wainwright and Horn so well and Dr. Campbell just didn't have the bedside manner they do in my opinion. Oh but yes their ultrasound tech was great
Im Just Sayn

Frankfort, KY

#23 Apr 28, 2010
I'm with totally agree... I think been there done that is a miserable person... Its kinda like when you step in dog poo... you know it the second it happens.
Been There Done That

Frankfort, KY

#24 Apr 28, 2010
Im Just Sayn wrote:
I'm with totally agree... I think been there done that is a miserable person... Its kinda like when you step in dog poo... you know it the second it happens.
Apparently you are dense - I stated that I had no problem with the doctors at all. It's the office girls that are rude and unprofessional. for instance, I go in for vaginitis and the girl at the window slides back the window and yells across the room, "what do you need to see the doctor for today?" You know, that's not really something I want to share with the entire waiting room. Or maybe I'm dense, because the comment about dog crap made no sense to me at all. As I matter of fact, I don't see how your statement indicates agreement with "totally agree" at all. In fact, since you apparently are not completely lucid, perhaps I should have just let your comments slide.
love them

Frankfort, KY

#25 Apr 28, 2010
I love love love the DOCTORS at women’s care especially Wainwright! He has always been there for me through two pregnancy's he came in on his nights off and even waited with me in labor for 24 hours!!!! I could never never never ask for a better doctor. I have even had him call at 6 or 7 at night to follow up from complications, now what kind of service is that? I know he has a family he wants to get home to but he still makes sure his patients are taken care of! However I will say the wait time is ridiculous. I've been left waiting over 2 hours before, and when you have little ones and work that's hard. My husband and I have talked about it I don't know if I could continue going there if i was to have a third if we couldn't find a way for it to be quicker. Yes we tried going to Versailles and at first that was great the wait wasn't bad then it seemed everyone else figured out the same trick so it wasn't much help … Oh Well hopefully soon they will have another doctor back so the wait times will go back down. Overall a great practice!
great

Warwick, RI

#26 Apr 28, 2010
Just to clear things up I was the one who said that ppl complaining were just miserable ppl BUT I didn't direct that at been there done that. I take that statement back anyways because it was an unfair statement. I am just biased because I have never had a bad experience with women's care, but that doesn't mean others haven't so like I said that was unfair of me to say that. And I didn't understand the whole dog poo thing either. Lol

Since: Aug 09

Frankfort

#27 Apr 28, 2010
I went there a couple years ago to address some issues I was having with abdominal pain. Excuse me, but I'm going to get a bit personal here...
The problem had been going on for years; periods were excruciating and long, and even in between I would experience terrible pain. Though many doctors had prescribed many different types of birth control, those doctors refused to do anything for me unless I agreed to go on birth control again. They said it would help with my pain. Though I brought them my previous records, they flat refused to help me. Happily, I found a doctor who listened to me, and it was found that I had endometriosis, which is very painful. After a biopsy, it was discovered that I had cancer. It would NOT have been discovered in time had I stayed with these doctors, because all they wanted to do was throw birth control at me and get rid of me. Excuse me, but to hell with that. I'm glad I left and found a good doctor.
who

Frankfort, KY

#28 Apr 29, 2010
do you mind sharing who that doc is?
great

Waterloo, Canada

#29 Apr 29, 2010
ariadiscordia wrote:
I went there a couple years ago to address some issues I was having with abdominal pain. Excuse me, but I'm going to get a bit personal here...
The problem had been going on for years; periods were excruciating and long, and even in between I would experience terrible pain. Though many doctors had prescribed many different types of birth control, those doctors refused to do anything for me unless I agreed to go on birth control again. They said it would help with my pain. Though I brought them my previous records, they flat refused to help me. Happily, I found a doctor who listened to me, and it was found that I had endometriosis, which is very painful. After a biopsy, it was discovered that I had cancer. It would NOT have been discovered in time had I stayed with these doctors, because all they wanted to do was throw birth control at me and get rid of me. Excuse me, but to hell with that. I'm glad I left and found a good doctor.
I really doubt that every doctor at women's care REFUSED to help u. What did they do push u out the door? Give me a break. I am sorry for what happened to u but I don't believe that it happened just like that, they probably didn't want to give u pain meds
r u serious

Frankfort, KY

#30 Apr 29, 2010
great wrote:
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I really doubt that every doctor at women's care REFUSED to help u. What did they do push u out the door? Give me a break. I am sorry for what happened to u but I don't believe that it happened just like that, they probably didn't want to give u pain meds
What does pain meds have to do with anything? It clearly sounds like she was in pain. When you're in excruciating pain would you like to be told to CONTINUE to try birth control which obviously wasn't helping. I applaud this woman for being proactive about her health. Afterall, you should know your body better than anyone. She knew something was not right and made the decision to be persistent about the matter. Doctors are not perfect by any means. Your "great" doctor may not be so great for someone else.

Arias: I'm glad you found out about your cancer in time. I hope all is well with you now. Sorry you had to endure this pain for so long at the hands of doctors who truly do not care.

Since: Aug 09

Frankfort

#31 Apr 29, 2010
I didn't ask for pain meds, not one single time. I was not interested in being zombified with pain medication because I have children and a busy schedule, and besides, I didn't want to "manage" my pain. I wanted to figure out why I had it and stop it. And yes, they DID refuse to do anything at all unless I agreed to be put on birth control. I was told that they could not help me if I would not cooperate with their recommended treatment plan, even though I'd brought proof that birth control didn't help.

For r u serious: Thank you so much. With the doctor I found (out of town btw), I was listened to. When I finished saying everything I had to say, he told me that it was ok and that he was there to help. I cried. Thanks to him I am happy and healthy, and have been pain and cancer free for almost a year (as of May 12).
Aria

Frankfort, KY

#32 Apr 29, 2010
what doctor did you see? Please, I need to see someone and have been procrastinating a long time
hey

Waterloo, Canada

#33 Apr 30, 2010
Ariadiscordia sorry for what happened to u but there is no way every single doctor at women's care refused to help. U didn't see all of them. And why won't u tell who u did finally see?

Since: Aug 09

Frankfort

#35 Apr 30, 2010
Please do not procrastinate any longer! Something serious could be wrong if you are experiencing anything out of the ordinary. Granted, that doesn't always mean something is wrong, but why wait, just in case. I hope everything is ok for you.

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