Ðoug and I really struggled with pregnancy. After having three miscarriages in a row and being told I fell into less than 1% of the population, I felt like a failure. Far too many nights I went to bed crying and thinking I’d never be a mom.
Once I was pregnant with twins and was told at 23 weeks that I had to quit work immediately for bedrest, I knew the most important job of my life was to do nothing! Thirteen weeks felt like an eternity. Each day that passed it got a little easier and one step closer to our goal. Today it’s all a vague memory. Doug and I learned so many things through that entire experience. We learned that the love a parent feels for their child is like no other and worth every last heartache to get there. We learned that pregnancy can be very difficult, but the reward is far above anything you’ve ever known. Lastly, I learned that being a patient was much harder than being a doctor. Those lessons I carry with me always.
My job is to support my patients and care for them in the best way that I can. Whether you are just starting your family or you are ending your reproductive years, we can help. It is my honor to care for you. It is important to me that my patients always feel comfortable. I love caring for women, and I hope that it shows. Please let us know how we can help you, and we will do what it takes to make that happen.