Pittsburgh area? I'm looking for MFM

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Postby caryn » Thu Dec 15, 2011 10:58 am

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Pittsburgh area? I'm looking for MFM

Postby Buttercup72 » Thu Dec 15, 2011 08:46 am

I live about 35 min from Pittsburgh. I was pre-eclamptic with my first daughter 11 years ago. I just miscarried at 15 weeks. The baby was 11 weeks and I started having BP issues around 10. I want to consult with a MFM before deciding if we should try again. I got a list of MFM's from the list posted at http://www.smfm.com, but I wanted suggestions. I want to make sure I have a good dr who knows about PE and hypertension. Any suggestions. Right now my dr's deliver out of *****. Not sure where they will deliver out of once Highmark and UPMC split. Thanks!
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