Re: Finding a doctor
From: Jo Eslick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed Jan 16 16:08:57 2002
To be honest, your question is a very serious one that should be answered by expert fatility doctors. If you are already experiencing problems due to adhesions, then you need to be doing something about it now. If you wait until 5 years down the track..... you might find that it is too late.
I really don't think there is any harm in you finding a suitable doctor now & ask him these questions. It could save a lot of heartache for you later.
Love & warm gentle hugs
P.S. please let us know how you get on, ok??
>From: email@example.com (Kim)
>To: Multiple recipients of list ADHESIONS
>Subject: Finding a doctor
>Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2002 15:32:09 -0600
>Thank you all for your previous replies. I'm in the process of finding
>a new OB/GYN. I'm about 5-6 years away from (hopefully) having
>children, and since I think getting/staying/being pregnant may be a
>problem, should I look for a particular doctor now? Or should I deal
>with that when the time comes? I'm not sure whether I should even worry
>about fertility, etc., now or wait. Is there a benefit to thinking this
>far ahead? Could I even do something that would make any kind of
>difference. From what I've read here, another surgery (had 1
>laparoscopy for suspected endo.) is out. Thanks for your insights and