How was your experience with Micah Hill at ART Institute of Washington?
The doctor was excellent at explaining what was going on within the cycle and addressing concerns that arose. The down side was that he was not always the doctor involved with the day today screenings.
What's one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Micah Hill at ART Institute of Washington?
Read all of the documentation that the clinic gives you and ask as many questions as you can in preparation of a cycle.
During treatment, were you treated like a number or a human with Micah Hill at ART Institute of Washington?
When dealing with the doctor I was treated like a human, but the system going through a cycle was significantly less personal.
Describe the protocols Micah Hill used in your cycles at ART Institute of Washington and their degree of success.
The antagonist protocol was used with a Lupton trigger and an HCG shot after retrieval. I used suppositories for my progesterone. ICSI was used for fertilization. The clinic has a strict single embryo transfer policy, so only one embryo was transferred. This has produced a healthy singleton pregnancy with 3 embryos frozen.
Describe your experience with your monitoring appointments at ART Institute of Washington.
It was a first come first serve, during the allotted time period. It wasn't always convenient but it was at the same time everyday.
Describe Micah Hill's approach to eSET (elective single embryo transfer) vs. multiple embryo transfer at ART Institute of Washington.
The clinic had strict guidelines for embryo transfer because of this I was only able to transfer a single embryo. I felt that this was a good policy which explained a lot of the risks to myself and any potential babies. It also made the decision of how many embryos to transfer a lot easier to make.
What specific things went wrong at ART Institute of Washington?
- Lost paperwork
- Failed to call with results
- Canceled a cycle due to clinic error