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whe I call my insurance tomorrow they will approve me ot go to the Dr I want. I saw a dr down here beore I got pregnant and I really liked him. I looked at his website last night to read about his OB stuff. He does High risk and low risk. he also does elective induction starting at 38 weeks (does not do elective c-seection unless u have already ahd one but 95% of his c-sections patients end up with a VBAC - not that i have to worry about that this time - lol). he is the only Dr in his practice - he works with Nurses and midwifes but you can elect not to receive any treatment by a nurse or midwife and then you will only see him. It said he does 95% of his own deliveries. There is an after hours number AND he give you his cell phone number for emergencies. He must live close to the hospital cause it says he only needs a 5 min notice to be there after hours. He is also a plastic surgeon specializing in vag reconstruction and boob jobs. So I guess if you ripped bad at least he would be able to fix you up good. He is actually the dr that gave me the fertility drugs this time but them my insuracne changed from Standard to prime, and he is the dr that DH and I had choosen to do my breasts once we are done with babies (a lot of the wives go to him for boob jobs and are pleased with his work - he even runs a boob job special a few times a year $2700 - lol). Since Tir standard paid for me to see him before I dont know why tei prime would tell me no now since I do have a referral from the military OB clinic.