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#13225 - 02/08/10 08:20 PM Canadian: New Gyno?
andrea_geminis Offline

Registered: 02/08/10
Posts: 1
Loc: Montreal, Canada
Canadian in Quebec not sure if she needs to find a new Gyno or infertility doctor. My regular gyno reffered me to my current doctor who sent me to various exams and treatments, he is now suggesting artificial insemination, I want a second opinion, who do I call, another gyno or what?

#13284 - 02/26/10 07:46 PM Re: Canadian: New Gyno? [Re: andrea_geminis]
Duck Offline

Registered: 10/17/09
Posts: 12
hi there,
I was in montreal when I first went to a fertiltiy clinic. I think you should really go to an expert and not a obgyn for fertiltiy treatment. I got a reference but they never did ask for it and I went to the Montreal fertility centre which was FANTASTIC. The doctors there are great. good luck.


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