DO NOT GO HERE! The nurses are rude. Their appointments are jam packed and they will constantly change and reschedule and push back your appointments, even when you've made them well in advance. The patient exam rooms are a mess. The garbage is always overflowed with the tissue paper. Once you're in the exam room, you could wait a good 45 minutes for the nurse to show up and examine you. The Dr that I had was so pessimistic and only offered bad news and was not in my opinion, knowledgeable. Finally, we managed to get pregnant on our own, despite the Dr's crushing predictions. I was on clomid 150mg for 2 cycles. Once I stopped the clomid, my body had already reset because of the clomid. I was able to get pregnant. We did our own research. My husband went on FertilAid vitamins. We were able to get pregnant, without medication, IUI. or IVF.
They are so busy here. They just want to take your money. We went there obviously because we had no choice, due to money issues and having Kaiser as our HMO through work.
I highly recommend if you have the money to go elsewhere.View Thread
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