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Dr. Kevin Weary
6071 East Woodmen Rd., Colorado Springs, CO, United States 80903
Dr. Weary fit me in quickly for a first OB appointment after two ER trips in four days at just over 6 weeks pregnant. Has personal family experience with HG, so truly gets it!!!! Provided multiple medicines immediately as I was still vomiting on the ER's prescribed Phenergan. His office is connected to St. Francis hospital, so it's easy for medical records and ER info to be seen/relayed back and forth. Both the hospital and the OB office accept Medicaid and the ER provides a self-pay option that immediately takes 60% off the bill.
Dr. Elizabeth Bailey, MD
5510 W Grand Pkwy S, Richmond, TX, United States 77406
Hyperemesis gravidarum, PCOS
Jeff Pinnow, MD
3800 East 42nd St., Odessa, Texas, United States 79762-4678
Specialties: IV Vitamin Hydration. House call & Office appointments available.
The Mama Bag - IV vitamins specially blended to decrease the effects of Hyperemesis Gravidarum and replace fluids lost from vomiting.
Dr. Roderick Diggs
4301 Garth Road, Baytown, TX, United States 77521
Dr. Wiyatta Freeman
10905 Memorial Hermann Dr, Pearland, Texas, United States 77584
300 Palmetto Health Pkwy, Columbia, South Carolina, United States 29212
Valerie Litchfield, LMT
2332 E Arnett Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States 84109
Specialties: Shiatsu (Accupressure Massage) Visceral Manipulation (Massage of the internal Organs) I have 30 years of experience in massage therapy.
I am a Massage Therapist with 30 years of experience. Recently, I have had several pregnant women come to me for help with Hyperemisis Gravidarum. The first was someone that I’d seen in my practice for about ten years, during her second pregnancy she had HG. I performed regular treatments on her and she was then able to make it through the pregnancy with reduced symptoms and without requiring a feeding tube. Several months later, she then referred her friend, a woman who had been diagnosed with the worst case of HG, that a group of specialists in the Salt Lake area have ever seen. Zofran gave her no relief from nausea and she was vomiting twenty-five plus times a day. Her liver and kidneys were failing, she had thrown up three feeding tubes and a four month hospital stay was imminent. In just five treatments, these were the changes to her condition: She could eat small regular meals and avoided hospitalization for malnutrition. Her weight loss stabilized. Vomiting was reduced to once a day, maybe twice on a bad day. Her head stopped aching, it ached continually from the onset of HG. Her veins stopped collapsing and instead of it taking multiple times to get a vein for the IV port, it took only one. The IV ports began lasting three or four days, instead of one. She was able to drive and do other activities that she couldn't do before the treatments. Once her condition stabilized we meet twice a month to keep her on track through the balance of the pregnancy.
Dr. William Gautier
448 E 147th St, Bronx, New York, United States 10455
Specialties: holistic chiropractor
Christopher D Cook, DO
1485 S Hwy 40 Ste E, Heber City, Utah, United States 84032
Specialties: OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY
Dr. Susan Crowe
770 Welch Rd, Palo Alto, CA, United States 94304
Prescribed Diclegis and Zofran and signed letter to employer limiting overtime