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Another req for OBGYN recs. Looking for someone in Alpharetta or Dunwoody area!

I need someone closer to home when we are ready to try for #2 which will be SOON!

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After 6 long years of TTC and a traumatic birth... I finally got to hold my baby in my arms!

'Delight yourself in the LORD and he will give you the desires of your heart.'Psalm 37:4

2006 start TTC

2007 Start w/ RE (Endo and MFI previous marriage)/ 2008 Vericocele surgery/3 clomid cycles
2009 Lap removed stage III endo/ 2 failed IUI/ Divorce

2011 Remarried
October 2011 Dx: Endo & DOR/ November 2011- clomid & TI cycle
January 2012 IVF~  Flare protocol 10 ER/ 9 mature fertilized with ICSI/ ET- 2 Grade A Blasts/ 4 frozen= BFN
Febuary 2012- -Endo Biopsy/  MTHFR diagnosis
March 8- FET 2 grade A blasts= BFP!!!!

November 2012-  Charles was born by emergency C-Section

Dealing with:
Stage III Endo/ DOR/ MTHFR two mutations C677T & A1298C

Currently TTC #2  FET planned January 2014

Re: Another req for OBGYN recs. Looking for someone in Alpharetta or Dunwoody area!

  • I go to Northside Women's Specialists and they have offices in both.  Like most all of the doctors and midwives.
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  • Northside/Northpoint OBGYN. Offices in both locations. :)
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  • Northside has an alarmingly high cesarean rate; I highly recommend Isis OB/GYN in Alpharetta and Johns Creek. Dr. Frederick is the OB there and I see Kim and Beverly as my midwives; they are AMAZING. Also, they participate in water births at North Fulton Hospital, which is how I am going to deliver. I feel that they listen to me and back me up with my decisions for delivery.

    https://www.isisobgyn.com/index.php 

     

    Best wishes :) 

    Alicia 

  • Dr. Angela Nix  - Roswell OBGYN. I started with Dr. Parker who I like, I saw Genene the midwife and liked her, I've seen Dr. Sugarman and liked her too, but Dr. Nix delivered my DD and ended up really liking her! It's a great practice. I delivered at Forsyth and I live in Woodstock, very worth the drive :) 
  • I loved Dr. Tate.  His office is in Nocross, but I work in Dunwoody and it's not a bad drive from there.
  • imageahelman1:
    Northside has an alarmingly high cesarean rate; I highly recommend Isis OB/GYN in Alpharetta and Johns Creek. Dr. Frederick is the OB there and I see Kim and Beverly as my midwives; they are AMAZING. Also, they participate in water births at North Fulton Hospital, which is how I am going to deliver. I feel that they listen to me and back me up with my decisions for delivery.

    https://www.isisobgyn.com/index.php 

     

    Another vote for Isis!!! Dr. Frederick delivered my son 5 years ago and he will deliver DD when she is born in October. We will use North Fulton again. They were amazing!!!  

  • imageBlutifulScorpion:
    imageahelman1:
    Northside has an alarmingly high cesarean rate; I highly recommend Isis OB/GYN in Alpharetta and Johns Creek. Dr. Frederick is the OB there and I see Kim and Beverly as my midwives; they are AMAZING. Also, they participate in water births at North Fulton Hospital, which is how I am going to deliver. I feel that they listen to me and back me up with my decisions for delivery.

    https://www.isisobgyn.com/index.php 

     

    Another vote for Isis!!! Dr. Frederick delivered my son 5 years ago and he will deliver DD when she is born in October. We will use North Fulton again. They were amazing!!!  

     Lurker here, but I also delivered with Isis in December. I was planning on a natural birth with the midwife Kim, but ended up with an emergency c-section. I have a great relationship with Kim and trusted her guidance, so when she said I needed a c-section, I knew it was a dire situation. She respected and encouraged my plan for natural birth. Dr. Frederick provided care after my c-section, and I really liked his demeanor. They spent a lot of time with me during my visits and were very patient with a FTM and all my questions. As for North Fulton, I delivered on Dec. 23 and was the only new delivery until Dec 26 (all the ladies were crossing their legs to spend Christmas at home!!!), so I got fantastic care! The food wasn't that great, but the nurses were WONDERFUL. 

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  • imageMeinschatz11:
    Lurker here, but I also delivered with Isis in December. I was planning on a natural birth with the midwife Kim, but ended up with an emergency c-section. I have a great relationship with Kim and trusted her guidance, so when she said I needed a c-section, I knew it was a dire situation. She respected and encouraged my plan for natural birth. Dr. Frederick provided care after my c-section, and I really liked his demeanor. They spent a lot of time with me during my visits and were very patient with a FTM and all my questions. As for North Fulton, I delivered on Dec. 23 and was the only new delivery until Dec 26 (all the ladies were crossing their legs to spend Christmas at home!!!), so I got fantastic care! The food wasn't that great, but the nurses were WONDERFUL.  

     That is also what I appreciate about the staff at Isis. They are extremely patient and knowledgeable. I've never felt rushed or ill at ease. And the ONE time I ever had to deal with the office manager was awesome! She is sharp, professional, and on top of everything going on at the practice.  

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