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June 25, 2007



OMG. I think if I were you, I really would try to switch practices. Honestly, what difference is it going to make? Do you have any options? I feel for you - I can't imagine your level of frustration. Good luck.



I so love this letter. You should be very very proud of yourself. I think something good will happen, but a backup plan would be good to, just in case.

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Wow. That's just awful. I know it's on the other side of the river by our OB, the awesome Dr. Mama, is over at Cooper. He's the bomb, if you really want to switch.

I'm so sorry they are doing this to you. If you want, I can ask some of these other area bloggers if they know anyone...


Wow, good letter.

Hot damn, what a negative experience at that practice.

I hope the birth of your child goes well for you, baby and your family: keeping you in my thoughts.


Hope it works!

Really do.

If it doesn't, well, at least you got it off your chest.

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