Worthless

Hyden, KY

#21 Dec 8, 2012
As for the prescriptions. Think about it people. his wife and numerous males. He's a OBGYN he isn't licensed to treat men with narcotics. Plus he has had numerous other complaints against him.
Help

Pineville, KY

#22 Dec 8, 2012
'Worthless' if you read my comment correctly maybe you would understand it better!! I said, I heard some things and just wanted some opinions! Then I said thanks for all the positive&negative!! Damn, learn to read right! And please explain how he can 'lend a helping hand in a miscarriage'? If you feel something is wrong you tell your doc or go to the ER! If your having a miscarriage then it's going to happen regardless!! And when something tragic happens in someone life 90% of the time they do want to blame it on someone!!! That has nothing to do with me asking for opinions! It's just the truth!!! And the traumatic experiences happen to people every day, trash talking a doctor because of natural causes isn't going to prevent anything!
Help

Pineville, KY

#23 Dec 8, 2012
Like I sad the narcotics might not have been a good thing but it has nothing to do with delivering a baby! That was the only complaint against him in his background check! What other complaints has he had and where's the proof? Is it written and documented or just 'hear say'?? Please explain!!
Debbie

Harlan, KY

#24 Dec 9, 2012
Dr mCMurry is a excellen person he delivered my 2nd with a csection & DONE GOOD :)
knows

Harlan, KY

#25 Dec 9, 2012
Next time I decide to have another baby, I'm going to be leaving Harlan. Not going to Dr. Mcmurray again. I have considered Dr. Amro but I just want away from here because the nurses that "help" you on the 6th floor are rough and mean and I wouldn't go through that experience again.
OKK

Harlan, KY

#26 Dec 9, 2012
Its gud that u decided to keep em. jus hope when ur layin there in pain and hes not doin anythin bout it u have time to see another dr b4 it pops out that u wise up an get some1 else. there waz one couple that seen him and he was checkin her to see how far along she waz and he "accidently" pulled the cord off. very sad!
Help

Pineville, KY

#27 Dec 9, 2012
'OKK' first of all I have to have a c-section so I will be given a spinal then hooked to a Demerol pump when the baby is out. I am not worried about 'pain' anyway as long as my baby is healthy! Second, I do not believe he 'pulled off the cord' lol that's just the stupidest thing I have ever heard!
Worthless

Hyden, KY

#28 Dec 9, 2012
Miscarriages ARE NOT always natural you moron. They are caused by stupidly prescribing the wrong medications, neglecting important health concerns, ignoring a mothers complaints and guts feelings. They can be caused by numerous acts. Obviously you are too stupid to bring a child into the world and properly care for it because you know nothing about it. You probably smoke, drink and snort your pills during pregnancy that's why you are defending him and his neglectful actions.
Help

Pineville, KY

#29 Dec 9, 2012
Worthless, once again that name suites you perfect. I really hope that you do not have children yourself! A miscarriage for prescribing the wrong medication? Your not suppose to take any medication while pregnant! Neglecting health concerns? Please explain some that cause miscarriages? And I am not defending him I am defending the ignorant statements made that are just not true! And since when does Dr. Mcmurry prescribe cigarettes, alcohol and dope for a pregnancy? You talk an awful lot about 'drugs' I think you may need to lay off of them! You sound like an ignorant fool. Please better educate yourself before you go calling others names!:-)
Worthless

Hyden, KY

#30 Dec 9, 2012
Well with the time you spend on Topix i'm sure you watcha lot of TV so have you never watch a commercial about the lawsuits of medicatiosn taken during pregnancy? Now dumbass explain this please? Why would they say IF "YOUR DOCTOR PRESCRIBED" if doctors do not prescribe medications during pregnancy? They prescribe tylenol, zofran, and other medications and there are a list of medications out there that are labeled safe, unsafe, benefits outweigh the risks, risks do not outweigh the benefits. Go ask a pharmacist for yourself. How else do they treat women who have health concerns, cancer and other issues? Some health problems cannot be untreated just because of pregnancy. Try using GOOGLE or anything to educate your stupid self a little. There are a lot of health concerns that cause it. Miscarriage doesn't JUST HAPPEN. Something in the body triggers it. I really think you need to see a doctor before even trying to produce a child. You need a lot of educating before you deserve one.

Try reading this you "ignorant fool".

http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/taking-medici...

http://health.howstuffworks.com/pregnancy-and...
OKK

Harlan, KY

#31 Dec 9, 2012
Help wrote:
'OKK' first of all I have to have a c-section so I will be given a spinal then hooked to a Demerol pump when the baby is out. I am not worried about 'pain' anyway as long as my baby is healthy! Second, I do not believe he 'pulled off the cord' lol that's just the stupidest thing I have ever heard!
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OKK

Harlan, KY

#32 Dec 9, 2012
Worthless

Hyden, KY

#33 Dec 9, 2012
"Then hooked to a demerol pump." Honey you are sadly mistaken you waste of space addict. They may do an epidural and give you an occasional pain med but you don't get hooked to a pump unless there were to be some type of complications.
OKK

Harlan, KY

#34 Dec 9, 2012
if your not supposed to take meds while pregnant..why does he prescribe them?
OKK

Harlan, KY

#35 Dec 9, 2012
Worthless wrote:
"Then hooked to a demerol pump." Honey you are sadly mistaken you waste of space addict. They may do an epidural and give you an occasional pain med but you don't get hooked to a pump unless there were to be some type of complications.
exactly right, must be her first kid. its not a walk in the park, u feel pain regardless. u will get an epidural which doesnt always work, then u will get induced and u could be allergic to that, if so, prepare for full blown contractions and the babys heart beat going down. after u have the baby, get on here and tell us how the pain medication and delivery went.
OKK

Harlan, KY

#36 Dec 9, 2012
what if you develop diabetes and he doesn't seem like its a big deal and dont mention it, that could cause it?
Help

Pineville, KY

#37 Dec 9, 2012
Wow, if you sh!t for brains didn't notice my first question was wanting info with anyone who has had a 'c-section done by him! I am not going to have to be 'induced' henis going to take my baby via c-section on a specific date! This is my second pregnancy I think I DO know what I am talking about you pathetic little sh!ts! Wow, I have seen a whole new level of stupidity now!! And yes i will have to be hooked up to a 'Demerol pump' just as I was with my first c-section you idiot! And no I will not have a 'epidural' it will be a spinal tap! I have already discussed this with my doctor jacka$$! And I don't know why you keep referring to me as an 'addict' lmao honey if that's your thing more power to you but I don't associate with JUNKIES like you! Come back and tell you how my birth went? I have already had a 9pound baby ripped from my loins! I know ALL about child birth! And Mcmurry has never offered me any pain meds! I mean why would he? He must have gave you pain meds yet you wanna holler I'm a dope addict? LOL you just told on yourself there bright one! What kind of mother would accept pain meds anyway?!? Honey you need to go have a visit with Dr. Raza! Their may still be hope for you, it's doubtful though!!
Help

Pineville, KY

#38 Dec 9, 2012
He is*
Not again

Corbin, KY

#39 Dec 10, 2012
I read up on this doctor. No way would I see this man. I can't believe that ARH hired him. But then again it's Harlan after all. I don't trust any ARH facility. Better to do your research now than regretting it later. He's like Dr. Lee. Everbody knows he is a quack! Only he is prescribing things he shouldn't. I wouln't trust him. It should be mandatory that every phacisians history should be posted up on a wall some place in public for everyone to see and not just on the Internet.
Not again

Corbin, KY

#40 Dec 10, 2012
I've never heard of anyone being hooked up to a pain pump during or after a c-section. Must be a new thing he's doing. Better be careful. I know they give you one or two shots of it but that's before delivery and one after but never a constant drip. After that they give you Tylenol or some other low dose med. It should make people afraid of this doctor

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