How was your experience with Bat-Sheva Maslow at Gold Coast IVF?
Dr maslows strengths include compassion, knowledge and availability. As a patient I feel she was very thorough in her exam and had great communication. She took the tjme to answer all of mine and my husband's questions. She also gave us all of our options instead of simply IVF.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Bat-Sheva Maslow at Gold Coast IVF?
Get all prior medical records and bring them with you. I had issues faxing medical history and then not receiving or losing information.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Bat-Sheva Maslow at Gold Coast IVF?
She was very straight forward and compassionate about our chances of fertility. She also spent a great deal,of time explaining everything to us.
Describe the protocols Bat-Sheva Maslow used in your cycles at Gold Coast IVF and their degree of success.
Day 3 of cycle is blood test and ultrasound. Next birth control is started, then luparon injections then stimulation injections. Then retrieval of egg, fertilizing the eggs, maturing the eggs for 3-5 days and then placing them back into my uterus. Monitoring required for dosing changes. There is also a class to take on giving yourself injections.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff.
Informative but not prompt in returning messages left.
Describe your experience with Gold Coast IVF.
Very clean and welcoming environment. Weakness in returning messages promptly.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Bat-Sheva Maslow at Gold Coast IVF.
Describe Bat-Sheva Maslow's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at Gold Coast IVF.
Dr recommended one egg transfer based on our age - 33
What specific things went wrong at Gold Coast IVF?
- Lost paperwork
- Failed to call with results
- Lost results