How was your experience with Henry Bohler at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare?
Process was extremely unorganized and we got 5 different stories about how the whole process was supposed to work in the first 5 months working with him. Never got straight answers and never had any resolution in the lack of communication.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Henry Bohler at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare?
Go somewhere else!
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Henry Bohler at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare?
Dr Bohler and his office couldn’t ever give us a straight story about how the process worked. We had problems getting our lining to grow and he just kept trying the same medications never once considering that maybe we needed a different approach from the norm.
Describe the protocols Henry Bohler used in your cycles at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare and their degree of success.
Completed surgery to remove a uterine polyp to get a “clean slate” for implantation. After retrieval, oral estrogen and then Letrozol were given in monotony varying doses for 8 months with no change in success with growth of the uterine lining.
Describe your experience with your nurse at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare. (Assigned nurse: Yvonne)
Seemed to never know what was going on and repeatedly gave us incorrect information resulting in false hope and poor planning.
Describe your experience with University of Louisville Women's Healthcare.
Poor communication all around. We discussed our intent to do PGD for Huntington’s at our first visit. 2 months later we paid for the cycle of IVF. 2 months after that they came back and said we owed another $1500 for the biopsy for the PGD that they forgot to charge us for. Never got s straight answer on how the process was supposed to work and the story changed 5 times in the first 5 months.
Describe the costs associated with your care under Henry Bohler at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare.
$10,000 to UL, $6000 for medications, cost of US that we’re not covered by insurance, and cost if surgery not covered by insurance.
Describe Henry Bohler's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare.
They would allow up to 2 embryos implanted at a time. We only had one to implant.
What specific things went wrong at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare?
- Failed to call with results
- Failed to inform you of changes in protocol
- Provided conflicting information
- Failed to convey critical information
- Scheduled the wrong procedure
Describe the specific things that went wrong at University of Louisville Women's Healthcare.
The story changed 5 times in the first 5 months about how the process was supposed to work including timing of procedures and processes. Scheduling was a nightmare and no one on the team was on the same page with what was going on with my care.