Describe your experience with FertilityAnswers.
The clinic was connected to Womans hospital, so some of the tests I did had to be done there. They do split the billing so you had the hospital fee on top of the specialist fee. That wasn't ideal, but it was what it was.
During treatment, did you feel like you were treated like a number or a human?
Dr. Webster was just really caring and warm. He and his staff knew when to be extra sensitive. They were always really willing to answer questions.
Describe your experience with the nursing staff.
They were great. They were fast and efficient. They also didn't make me feel stupid about any of the questions I asked or about showing me over and over how to do injections.
What specific things went wrong at this clinic?
- Provided conflicting information
How was your experience with Bobby Webster?
I have nothing negative to say about dr. Webster. I have a beautiful baby boy because of him. He is retired now, which makes me sad because I would love to see him again for my next pregnancy. He was respectful of my time and my circumstances. He was reassuring and calm during the course of my treatment.
What one piece of advice would you give a prospective patient of Bobby Webster?
I would tell prospective patients to not give up. Dr Webster really knew what he was doing and I never felt like he was experimenting on me or just running through the typical portfolio of treatment. Before seeing dr Webster, I did have a dr who did this and it was infuriating.
Describe the protocols Bobby Webster used in your cycles and their degree of success.
He was very specific on how large the follicles needed to be in order for us to have a shot at pregnancy via iui. If he saw something not working, rather than risk a miscarriage or doomed pregnancy, he would tell me we needed to wait till the next cycle
Describe the costs associated with your care under Bobby Webster.
Fertility treatment is expensive. That's not the fault of any doctor. From my consultation, I could tell that it really fired dr Webster up that fertility isn't typically covered via insurance, because it typically produces healthier babies that get sick less