How was your experience with John F. Randolph at University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine?
Smart, caring, warm, funny, compassionate, well respected, and knows what he is doing. He has made this process as bearable as possible. Even though we are still pending our fresh transfer results, I have confidence he will do what he can to ensure I have a family
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of John F. Randolph at University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine?
Relax and ask questions, he will go over everything
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with John F. Randolph at University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine?
You can tell he has a family and truly wants me to have one of my own. He is so intelligent, but so caring and made my husband and I very comfortable
Describe the protocols John F. Randolph used in your cycles at University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine and their degree of success.
Letrozol for 4 (3 timed and 1 IUI)
Gonalf, menopur, cetrotide, and trigger shot for egg retrieval. Both of my transfers were prepped with Estrace, prometrium, prednisilone, and baby aspirin.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff.
Very compassionate, responsive, understanding, and sweet. Always there to help and calm my nerves
Describe your experience with University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine.
I think the hard part, but also what makes it incredible, with u of m is that it is linked to the hospital. They know what they are doing and constantly researching. That makes it less of a "fun clinic ". There are no care baskets or anything like that. They are there to get you pregnant.
Describe the costs associated with your care under John F. Randolph at University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine.
Mine has gone through insurance. So far about $8k out of pocket, but we also did PGS which is not covered
Describe John F. Randolph's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at University of Michigan Center for Reproductive Medicine.
My dr prefers to not do multiple embryos for a transfer, due to the increase risks that go w that. We were happy he was looking after both mine and the baby's safety.