vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC), infertility, cesarean section (C-section) ...
"I was a patient of the doctor for a few years. I went in for a procedure which Dr. Sansobrino told me had a 99% successful ratio. The procedure was not successful and rather than explain to me what happened, he left while I was still under anesthesia, told my husband and the hospital staff he would return, they tried to reach him he didn't respond and never called me next day. I had to reach out to him and he never offered any kind of apology of sympathy for what happened to me. What kind of doctor has an unsuccessful surgical procedure and doesn't remain to let the patient know face to face or even place a phone call the next day. Very unprofessional. needless to say I had to end up going to another doctor and paying for medical expenses twice. Very disappointing to say the least."
General obstetrician/gynecologists, or general OB/GYNs, are providers of routine care for women’s reproductive health. They offer regular checkups and preventative care to detect illnesses early and keep women healthy. A general OB/GYN cares for a variety of health issues, including:
Sexually transmitted diseases
Annual breast exams
After the age of 18, it is important to see a general OB/GYN regularly for preventative care as well as any needed pregnancy care. When necessary, general OB/GYNs may refer their patients to related specialists such as a Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist or Reproductive Endocrinologist. However, women without complicated health issues may continue to see their general OB/GYN for care throughout their reproductive life.