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#1 gabrielle1

Posted 14 December 2004 - 10:56 AM

If you need a great ob/gyn Dr Scott Pearce is fantasitc. He works out of Waverley and Cabrini. He was easy to talk to and made me feel at ease. He has offices in Mount Waverley. Only one problem, he is the best looking doctor I have ever seen. I almost fell over when I walked into his office I couldn't believe it. And then I thought oh my goodnes you're going to deliver my baby and your going to see everything. I can guarantee I went to every visit looking my best!!

#2 PeaceBaby

Posted 15 December 2004 - 01:36 AM

LOL I am cracking up laughing here, I had him too in the
beginning when I was still living in Melbourne, hilarious that
someone else thinks the same way as me re his appearance.
I couldn't believe how young he looked, I'm guessing 35-37,
maybe younger.

Well, I went home and told DP who came with me to the next
appt. and he couldn't see what I was talking about (of

Anyway, I give Dr Scott the big thumbs up too. He was there
at any time of the day and really helped me through my
period of hyperemsis gravidarum. He was a true gentleman.

~ DD#1 26/03/2004 ~

#3 kbear

Posted 15 December 2004 - 11:50 AM

Sorry had too reply

ROTFPMSL at the both of you. So when are you going back for your next pg's asap i assume!!!!!!!!

#4 PeaceBaby

Posted 15 December 2004 - 02:50 PM

Ha ha ha kbear, I'm living in Brisbane now....maybe that's a
good reason to move south again..you should go and visit
his rooms and see what we're talking about  ;p

~ DD#1 26/03/2004 ~

#5 kbear

Posted 16 December 2004 - 06:44 PM

lol more than happy with my ob!!!!!!


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#6 Guest_ralsy76_*

Posted 17 December 2004 - 01:26 PM

I agree with you about Dr Scott Pearce.  He is my obstetrician at the moment, and he is a great doctor.  Its also great that you can call him most times if you are worried about something.  I had some heavy bleeding at 12 weeks and he organised a scan for us straight away.  Everything turned out okay, thank god as this is my first pregnancy after 2 IVF cycles and 3 years of trying.  I would highly recommend him to anyone.

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