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Dr. Scott I. Zeitlin's Ratings
My husband and I were both very impressed with Dr. Zeitlin. He took his time examining my husband. He explained all of our treatment options. My husband had low testosterone and low sperm count. He was well worth the money. We now have a beautiful little baby girl. WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND DR. ZEITLIN!
Submitted May 6, 2013 | flag
My husband and I were very happy with Dr. Zeitlin. He is very respectful, easy to talk to, and excellent at his job.
Submitted Sept. 2, 2011 | flag
Dr. Zeitlin was very knowledgeable, and spent an hour with us during our first meeting. We felt great after seeing him. HOWEVER, it has been almost a week, and he has failed to call in my husband's prescription. I do not know whether the problem lies in his staff not communicating with him, or he not being responsive to messages. Waiting a week for an RX is ridiculous.
Submitted July 9, 2011 | flag
Dr. Zeitlin is very knowledgeable and seems to really love what he does. The fact that he is also a researcher impressed us as he really is up on the new protocols for various urology issues. He is also supportive of natural remedies. My husband has suffered from recurring prostatitis for years, and Dr. Zeitlin is the first one who helped him, after seeing 3 other urologists...who just took our money and offered no solution. We are very pleased with what Dr. Zeitlin now has my husband on, which he has been taking for several months now, and the difference in how he feels is monumental.
Submitted Nov. 12, 2008 | flag
He meant well ,but offered no cure for me.I was there for a clinical trial for prostatitis.No one yet grasps the understanding of this disease, too bad
Submitted Dec. 5, 2006 | flag
He fixed my low sperm motility (10~20%) problem. Before him, I saw 7 or 8 urologists for 1.5 years. They either told me to keep trying or they have done their bests. Dr Zeitlin is the most caring and most knowlegable one. He does a lot of research in UCLA besides his private practive. Compared with other urologists I saw, he gave his patients much more time. Two month after the visit and the prescription, my sperm motility went to 80%. Half a year later, my wife was pregnant. The only down side is that he doesn't take insurance (no coverage for HMO and partial coverage for PPO). But hey, if you want a baby, $300 a visit is really nothing. I spent $450 for 2 visits (the second time I have ppo) and this $450 is the money that is best spent ever.
Submitted June 8, 2006 | flag
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