How was your experience with Reena Jabamoni at Reena Jabamoni?
Dr. Jabamoni started the first infertility/reproductive clinic at Loyola University over 25 years ago. She is incredibly knowledgeable, thorough, clinically on top of every IVF development. She is very direct and can be blunt and matter of fact, and I never doubted her ability to get me pregnant. She is so skilled and one of the top doctors in the area (if not the top).
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Reena Jabamoni at Reena Jabamoni?
Dr. Jabamoni is very clinical and makes decisions based on facts and figures, not on emotions. You have to be prepared to get the information without any sugar coating.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Reena Jabamoni at Reena Jabamoni?
Dr. Jabamoni has a small practice and as a result you get a very personalized experience with direct access to the Doctor. Your questions and phone calls are returned by the doctor, rarely a nurse. Everyone has been working with Dr. Jabamoni for decades and they are a great team.
Describe the protocols Reena Jabamoni used in your cycles at Reena Jabamoni and their degree of success.
I really don't remember the specifics.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff.
All of the nurses have been with Dr. Jabamoni for years. They are warm, caring, helpful and smart.
Describe your experience with Reena Jabamoni.
Strengths are that it is a small practice so you get very individualized attention. Weaknesses are that the practice is located in Hoffman Estates - which was far from my house.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Reena Jabamoni at Reena Jabamoni.
Insurance covered everything so I do not know costs - except for an IUI (which was self pay for me -I think it was about $350).
Describe Reena Jabamoni's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at Reena Jabamoni.
My doctor encourages eSET because she thought (and she was right) that I had a very good chance of getting pregnant with one embryo. She explained in detail the reasoning behind putting in one versus 2 embryos.