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    I haven't had much of a chance to talk to my uro/gyn. I live 1 hr. and 15 min away from any gyn. The town I live in only has family practioners. They deliver babies at the local hospital. They delivered my last one. Should I consider driving that far or would a family practioner do?
    thanks for the advice,

    Kris

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    Kris,

    It sounds like you already have a family practioner who is familiar with you and that's great. OB/GYN's aren't necessary...you should go wherever you are most comfortable. The key is to keep open communication with whoever you see. Ask questions, share you concerns, etc!

    Lesa



    [This message has been edited by ICNLesa (edited 12-30-2000).]
    "The first time her laughter unfurled it's wings into the wind....
    We knew that the world would never be the same."
    ~Brian Andres

    Baby Kaitlyn was born on 07/08/01 after a successful pregnancy with IC!

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      Thanks, I was just trying to decide what to do. I was very lucky my dr. sent me to a uro. after only about 3 months of symptoms. My uro. then diagnosed me with IC. I have had great treatment the whole time. I feel very lucky. I wish everyone could have been diagnosed so quickly.

      Thanks,
      Kris

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