I will drive to Atlanta for a better doctor!
The wait time is long, the nurses and doctors give bad advise, and you feel like a number. With my first pregnancy, I had told them that I had a blood disorder (which can cause blood clots and miscarriages) and they did not know anything about this. I began bleeding at 10 weeks and I scheduled an appointment (which I thought they would give me an ultra sound to check) but they said that bleeding is common and even though I waited an hour to see them, they would not give me an ultra sound! After an hour of waiting they said to come back at 12 weeks. I went home and the bleeding was driving me crazy, so I called and demanded them to give me an ultra sound. Sure enough, I had a miscarriage at 10 weeks, and they told me to go home and have the miscarriage at home. I ended up in the emergency room because of the blood loss (it was scary!) and the fact that they did not give me the D&C immediately. When I told them about this, they did not say anything. I tried to tell them again that I had a blood disorder, and went to see another doctor there. She said that the blood disorder was not that bad and that "some doctors would say to put me on blood thinners or to see a high risk doctor, but she would say no." With this bad advise, I had another miscarriage. I then had advise from a friend who had the same blood disorder (and 4 miscarriages) to go to a Reproductive Endocronologist. Now I am pregnant and everything is going well, thanks to the Lovenox and extra care I needed.