How to Choose an OB-GYN

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What to know when looking for a obstetricians or gynecologist. Tribune Media Services April 27, 2010 Obstetricians and gynecologists take vital care of a woman's health needs not just during the reproductive years, but throughout her entire life.

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noblondes

Layton, UT

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Apr 27, 2010
 
My son's wife took in their 4 year old daughter. She had some
stomack problems. She was sent back. Then she went back and the doctor said, have her take this and that should take care of her.

Well 3 days later they rushed the 4 year old to the emergency center and they had the girl taken to Primary Childrens for
appendix that we minuets from rupture.

Both times the subject of appendix was brought up from the mom and dad.

So here they are 3 days in the hospital, large bills, daughter with tubes in her.

I know what I would do.....

Just a thought!!!
Grandma

Layton, UT

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Apr 27, 2010
 
I believe we're talking about OB/GYNs...

My advice is to not go to an OB/GYN that does not have and use an ultrasound to closely monitor the baby's development and well-being at each office visit.

If Dr. Joanne Hinson in SLC had done that, I wouldn't have delivered a stillborn baby - something completely preventable with just one ultrasound...

"Competent" OB/GYNs will have an ultrasound in their office, not send you to a hospital a mile away to get one only once during the entire pregnancy. They will also not hand over your dead baby without even saying "sorry for your loss," and walk away as if they didn't even care.

Thanks Dr. Hinson!
noblondes

Layton, UT

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Apr 27, 2010
 
Grandma wrote:
I believe we're talking about OB/GYNs...
My advice is to not go to an OB/GYN that does not have and use an ultrasound to closely monitor the baby's development and well-being at each office visit.
If Dr. Joanne Hinson in SLC had done that, I wouldn't have delivered a stillborn baby - something completely preventable with just one ultrasound...
"Competent" OB/GYNs will have an ultrasound in their office, not send you to a hospital a mile away to get one only once during the entire pregnancy. They will also not hand over your dead baby without even saying "sorry for your loss," and walk away as if they didn't even care.
Thanks Dr. Hinson!
My point is even when you choose a dr ( of any field) How do you know when to believe them?

My son should and probably will spell out the word

M A L P R A C T I C E !!!!!!!!!

And He is pretty convienced that he will be talking to an attorney about this ordel!!!!

Kind of back fired this article, HUH???
free thinker

Concord, MA

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Jan 10, 2011
 
compile a list of all the obgyn's in your area. through out all the males and pick a female. they know more, same plumbing.
Erica

New York, NY

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Oct 5, 2012
 
It is very important that you have at least a little guideline on what to look for in an obgyne. In this way, you can be sure that the doctor that is taking care of you is safe. http://www.vaginalmeshlawsuit.com
Nigel

Europe

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Sep 24, 2013
 
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