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Pregnancies 1st week July 2010

Posted: 07.07.10
Name: Anita S.
Location: Sunnyvale, California
Date of Tubal Reversal: 02/24/2010
Date of Pregnancy Test: 07/06/2010
Ligation Type: Coagulation (burned)
Due Date: 03/16/2011
Remarks: I’m so thankful for all of the staffs help and kindness, and and very grateful to Dr. Monteith for the great Job. Dr. Monteith you have giving me another chance at being a mommy again and giving my husband the chance at being a first time father.

Posted: 07.07.10
Name: Y. C.
Location: New York
Date of Tubal Reversal: 03/31/2008
Date of Pregnancy Test: 07/05/2010
Ligation Type: Coagulation (burned)
Remarks: 1st test on Monday July 5th, HCG was 1251. 2nd test on Wednesday July 7th, HCG was 3437.9. Ultrasound scheduled for Thursday July 8th

Posted: 07.07.10
Name: Kandra B.
Location: Abilene, Kansas
Date of Tubal Reversal: 01/18/2010
Date of Pregnancy Test: 07/05/2010
Ligation Type: Coagulation (burned)
Remarks: I didn’t even suspect I was pregnant. I started using the OPK on 6/28/10. I got a positive on the first day and then the next day and so on. I used the OPK for 7 days in a row and every single day it was positive. I knew this wasn’t right so I took a HPT and it came out positive. I still didn’t believe it, so the next morning I took another HPT and it was also positive. I went to the doctor the same day and of course their pregnancy test came out to be positive. I was finally convinced after 3 positives!! I guess I was in disbelief because I had just had my cycle two weeks before that. Miracles can happen especially when you least expect it.

Posted: 07.07.10
Name: Kishanda D.
Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina
Date of Tubal Reversal: June 2004
Date of Pregnancy Test: 06/15/2010
Due Date: 02/10/2011
Remarks: We are with child again. Wow, what a surprise. We didn’t see this one coming. Thank you Dr. Berger

Posted: 07.06.10
Name: Tracy M.
Location: Aiken South Carolina
Date of Tubal Reversal: 01/15/2008
Date of Pregnancy Test: 07/06/2010
Ligation Type: Coagulation (burned)
Due Date: 3/14/11

Posted: 07.06.10
Name: Jamie B.
Location: Clifton Springs, New York
Date of Tubal Reversal: 06/07/2010
Date of Pregnancy Test: 07/06/2010
Ligation Type: Tubal rings (bands)
Remarks: I was in total shock I just had the surgery done. I am not going to get my hopes up just yet cause, The first trimester is always the roughest but thank you Dr. Berger and staff you were all so nice and treated me so well when I was at A Personal Choice.

Posted: 07.06.10
Name: Crystal W.
Location: Welch, West Virginia
Date of Tubal Reversal: 2004
Date of Pregnancy Test: 06/30/2010
Due Date: 03/03/2011
Remarks: I had my tubal reversal in 2004. I gave birth to my son June 10, 2006. I am now pregnant which was unplanned to say the least. I am 36 yrs old today.

Posted: 07.05.10
Name: Roxanne P.
Location: Camp Springs, Maryland
Date of Tubal Reversal: 04/14/2010
Date of Pregnancy Test: 07/05/2010
Ligation Type: Resection (tied or cut)
Remarks: My husband and I are still in shock! Dr. Monteith you have been an awesome doctor throughout the entire process, even providing counsel and direction after the procedure. I cried for about an hour and a half straight and we still have the “two positive pregnancy tests” we took at 3:45am! Wow is all I can say, GOD DID THIS FOR US and HE used the art and gift of healing in the hands of Dr. Monteith to make this dream, of being able to have babies once again after making a terrible mistake of having a tubal ligation seventeen years ago, a reality for us. Thank you again Dr. Monteith, we are so very grateful to have you apart of this very important and pivotal moment in our lives. The staff has also been great and I would like to extend a thank you to every nurse, pre – post staff member that we came in contact with. The whole experience was “breath taking”. Keep up the excellent in making dreams become a reality! Roxanne and Wesley P.

Posted: 07.03.10
Name: Elizabeth M.
Location: Brunswick, Maine
Date of Tubal Reversal: 04/15/2010
Date of Pregnancy Test: 07/03/2010
Ligation Type: Resection (tied or cut)
Due Date: 03/15/2011

Posted: 07.02.10
Name: Misty S.
Location: Willamston, North Carolina
Date of Tubal Reversal: 06/18/2009
Date of Pregnancy Test: 06/27/2010
Ligation Type: Resection (tied or cut)
Due Date: 02/26/2011

Posted: 07.01.10
Name: Nichole P.
Location: Newport, Vermont
Date of Tubal Reversal: 06/07/2010
Date of Pregnancy Test: 6/30/2010
Ligation Type: Tubal clips (clamps)
Due Date: 3/13/2011

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