Describe your experience with University of Mississippi.
The clinic is very nice, clean, and welcoming. It's a very busy clinic but the wait time is not long at all. The staff is excellent and the doctor is outstanding. This is by far one of the best clinics I have visited. The staff is well educated.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with John Isaacs at University of Mississippi?
Dr. Isaac and his stuff are very welcoming. When I walked through the door for the very first time, I felt like I was in the right place. The staff is wonderful and very professional.
Describe your experience with your nurse at University of Mississippi. (Assigned nurse: Peggy)
The entire nursing staff is excellent. They go above and beyond to make you feel right at home. Ms Peggy is Awesome, she's has a smile that will melt your heart. She's loving, caring, and understanding. She wanted me to be pregnant just as much as I wanted to be pregnant myself. I love the nursing staff.
How was your experience with John Isaacs at University of Mississippi?
He's one of the best doctor's I have ever met. He makes everything understandable, when I have a question he answer each and every one of them. He's very attentive, patient, and understanding. I have always felt well informed about our situation and treatments. He made us feel at ease and very comfortable. I have already recommended him to some friends and will continue to do so.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of John Isaacs at University of Mississippi?
Ask all the questions you need to answers to. If you have to write them down do so. Make sure you understand everything that he's explaining to you.
Describe the protocols John Isaacs used in your cycles at University of Mississippi and their degree of success.
We had already been trying on our own for a few years. We went to doctor Isaac and found out there was a low sperm count. So he decided IUI would be best for us. So I was put on letrozole low dose and for cycle day 3-7 went back on cycle day 12 to do vaginal ultrasound and there was one egg on the left ovary i think a size 11 and one on right side leading a size 10. He up my dosage of letrozole and we came back a week later and the egg was a 18 we took trigger shot home and it was administered around 6am the next morning and that following day we were in for IUI at 8:30am with 12,000,000 sperm. Was told to wait 2 weeks take a test and we did as told it was negative. So we started the cycle over again this time using letrozole 7.5mg 3-7 day of cycle. We went in on day 12 and egg on left side was a 11 so he changed meds to clomid 100mg and we were told to come back in a week. Ultrasound was done egg was a 18 were took trigger shot home and got it that next morning. Following day IUI was done with 13,000,000 sperm. Two week wait test was negative. We wait a few months went back this year in Feb he started me on clomid 150mg cycle day 3-5 went in on a Monday egg was a 13 he told us to trigger that Saturday night and we went in for IUI that Monday morning with 400,000 sperm. Ended up negative. We have been back in for another consultant and we are either going to do 3 more rounds of IUI or IVF
Describe the costs associated with your care under John Isaacs at University of Mississippi.
We had a bundle deal for $1300 it was for 3 IUI's. We paid $90 for each trigger shot total of $270 we paid $18 for clomid once and $40 for clomid.
Describe John Isaacs's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at University of Mississippi.
I think when a person doesn't have any kids at all If they wanted two embryos transferred, they should do it. I do understand the risk.