Sorry read ur post wrongly. Thought u just moved to Sg. But u've moved to US. I think there are way more support groups there than in Sg. Hope u find a suitable gynae soon and settle there well.Thanks Jeu. We should really kero this thread going. I have had so much console from all you lovely ladies. I am not sure on obgyn here dear. But I will surely go to one soon. I am already on aspirin pills, 75mg is what I take once a day. Now that I am moved out of Singapore, not sure what the doctors here would say.
Can i check with you maybebb how many consultations in nuh did u hv with prof choolani b4 the blood tests were done? Is it during the 2nd consultation or after that?There was not much time wasted waiting 2 weeks to see Prof Choolani at NUH as the tests can only be done on certain days after the next menses. And some of the lab tests require a bit more time than usual. By then the results will be just in time for the review appointment. Only thing is that the waiting time on appointment day can be quite long depending on the complexity of the cases for the day.
If I remember correctly, the blood tests were ordered during the first consultation. 2nd consultation was to review the results. Everything was efficiently planned. But had to go back NUH twice as blood were required on different days. The wait for the nurses to draw blood was fast though.Can i check with you maybebb how many consultations in nuh did u hv with prof choolani b4 the blood tests were done? Is it during the 2nd consultation or after that?
Hi, i had 2 early pregnancy mcs and decided to see Prof choolani for help at mt e novena . I have went thr the detailed recurrent pregnancy loss tests and eventually found out i have protein S deficiency. Sticky blood. He is taking good care of me nw who is at 3rd trimester. Very careful and detailed.Hi, may i know your experience with Prof Choolani in nuh or mount e? Thinking of seeing him. Does nuh have all comprehensive blood test like mount e?