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How do i go about finding a doctor? Topic: Just in case staffing minneapolis minnesota
May 26, 2019 / By Isadora
Question: i need to find a Fertility Specialist and a Family Practice Doctor, how do i go about finding one and info about them? I live in Minneapolis,MN and really do not know where to start since there are so many Hospitals around here. i have a Fertility Specialist but he is in South Dakota, he suggested i find a new doctor. he told me they would talk to he partners and see who they highly recommend, so i know he will send me to the right people, but i just want a backup in case i don't like them
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Eliane Eliane | 9 days ago
You live in Minnesota, so my advice would be to contact the Mayo Clinic. Ask them if they have a list of associated fertility specialists with whom they work. A question... do you first need a family doctor and you're going to want this doctor to refer you to a fertility specialist? If that's the case, you need to find a family doctor first. And quite honestly, you might want to work with a gynecologist first instead of a family doc. In that case, look in your local phone book to see who does gynecology and specializes in fertility issues. Ask around, see what you can hear from friends. Google him or her. And.... make an appointment to just go in and "meet the staff and doctor". See if you get a good feel from the way you're treated. If so, then proceed with an appointment for history and a complete reproductive exam. Good luck. :) John Jones, M.D.
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Chita Chita
Call your insurance company and have them recommend a doctor. That way you aren't finding a doctor through the yellow pages or yahoo answers.It will be the right answer.
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Aston Aston
How I found my Doctor was I looked it the phone book. Then I went to different Doctors till I found one that I liked and was comfy with.
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Aston Originally Answered: How CAN I effectively approach a doctor concerning one his patients? a doctor?
I had an aunt in that situation, so I understand what you are talking about. She was older, had knee replacement surgery and became addicted to pain medications. Her story didn't end happily. Already one place has refused to treat your friend because they recognize the problem. I would definately talk to her doctor and tell him of her suspected addiction. Give him the name of the ones that will no longer see her for her abuse, and see if he can help. Just cutting her off wont do any good, she will just find other ways to get it. Please don't cover for her behavior. Everyone at this point needs to make it clear they know she is abusing drugs and make her take the consequences for what happens. She will have to get to the point she sees her behavior is a problem before she will do anything about it. Sadly this usually doesn't come until they are on the streets in the rain with no where to go.

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