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Picking a GYNVisit the OBGYN and consult with them regarding your specific concern before making your decision. Bedside manner is important. Do you feel comfortable with her? Is the OBGYN easy to talk to? Does she seem interested in you or is she more focused on other things?
How easy is it to reach the Doctor during emergencies? Find out from the doctor's office what the policy is. Some doctors use an answering service or nurses to screen calls and then return calls only at a certain time of day.
Is the doctor in your medical insurance plan? Is the doctor's office in a convenient location?
What if you're unhappy with your OBGYN? Before moving to another doctor you should talk to your OBGYN about your concerns. If the problem isn't resolved then consider switching doctors.
If you need to find an obstetrician, ask your gynecologist or primary care physician to recommend someone. You might also want to ask friends or relatives. Next try the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists in Washington, D.C. to get names of board-certified ob-gyns in your area.
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