I just moved to the Oakleigh/Bentleigh/Hughesdale area and I'm looking for a good female doctor that can become my regular.
I recently went to one recommended by my SIL but she made me feel very uneasy when I asked her questions about my cycle (I'm charting and TTC) and sort of laughed at me, told me that I was young and just to "not worry". That's the second time that she's brushed off my charting/TTC questions, with the whole "don't worry and it will happen" or "you're young, you've got plenty of time" excuses which really frustrate me.
So if anyone can recommend a caring, helpful female doctor who listens, I'd be so grateful.
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02-04-2012 12:50 #1Junior Member
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Looking for recommendations for a female doctor around Oakleigh/Bentleigh/Hughesdale?
08-04-2012 21:33 #2
try the Thomas street medical centre in brighton east, there are really nice female doctors, and are really good with kids as well. And very good reputation!
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