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I have no idea how he got so much stars but the only advice I can give you is to never take an appointment with him. I went to see him for an insertion of IUD. 1 hour after my appointment, I finally got to see him. The nurse was really nice and gentle. When I saw him at first, he seemed annoyed, he didn't look at me and said simply "Hi" (I'm from the north shore and we usually all speak french) so I thought he wasn't talking to me since it was in english. He repeated his Hi 3 times before I understood he was talking to me. I sat down and he started asking question all in english, I answered at first in french since I don't know perfectly my english when it comes to gynecology. Her nurse was translating everything to him, so I switched up to english because I got annoyed about someone translating me in my own "french" town. His question where sometimes just one word so I was answering trying to know if he was asking if I had it or not (serious question and not taking time to ask them with a complete sentence). Finally he made a unpleasant comment on the fact I took the depo-provera and after another one about the fact I didn't like the pill or patch. Finally, I went to get prepared the nurse reassured me and also showed me what it looked like. When I got to sit on the table he told me 3 times to get closer and then pushed my legs to open more, it was all really rough and I was already stressed. So rapidly, during the insertion, I felt like that frog we all had to dissect in lab. He wasn't telling me anything and simply explain the process to his nurse like if he was giving her a class and a was just the sample. Atleast, the nurse told me it would hurt a bit and that it was almost done or I would have gone crazy. It hurted so much it was probably worst than everything that I ever had. I'm not a screamer but when it started I scream because it hurted way too much. He didn't mind me at all. When I got up the nurse ask me if I was ok and all while the doctor to do write his note. He didn't tell me anything about what I had to do after that appointment. When I got out, I started getting cramps but not menstrual ones, I thought I was about to die. Another doctor at the hospital realised it was not placed well.
I don't understand how this doctor got so many positive reviews.... I went to see him last summer. Prior to going to the clinic, I was asked to fill out a really long online form in which my entire medical history was asked (I thought it was a good thing, at first). It was very thorough, and in it I made sure to specify that I have a chronic gastrointestinal condition. The day of the exam, I arrived to the clinic well in advance. The receptionist check-ed me in, and soon after I was called-in by a nurse, who was kind. She showed me to the visiting room and told me that the doctor would be there shortly, then she left and closed the door. Even with the door closed I could hear EVERYTHING about the other patients in the room next door (not a lot of privacy if you ask me). Then the doctor arrived, he seemed annoyed and in a rush. He didn't even look me in the eyes, he asked me about my problem and when I told him (debilitating menstrual pain), he said "well menstrual cramps hurt". What a jerk! I have had my period for over over a decade now and he thinks I don't know that menstrual cramp hurt? Anyways, without seeming to care at all about by medical history, he tells me that he is going to visit me and then prescribe me an anti-inflamatory. Immediately I noticed that he was pretty rough, for example he seemed to be angry for having to tell me two or three times to sit further down. Excuse me, Sir, but I have had only 3 pap tests in my whole life, it's not like I am super comfortable with being with my legs open and my genitals exposed in front of a man who seems both angry with and disgusted at me. He even spread my knees apart very roughly. He then proceeded with the exam, without any "warning" or explanation of what he was going to do, as if every woman should know exactly what to expect during a vaginal exam. It was painful, brutal, and totally humiliating. It felt as if he was examining a cow, that's how rough and rude he was. I felt like crying and screaming for help. This exam would have totally re-traumatize me. And it's not just the pain or the roughness with which he visited me. It's also the disgust look on his face as he did it, and the sense that it was as if he had been forced unclogging the neighborhood sewage. What kind of OBGYN treats his patients like this?
Cheery on the cake, he then prescribed me a a super strong anti-inflammatory medication, without asking me any questions.
The whole visit lasted no longer than 10 minutes! This is the McDonald's of gynecology.
When I got home I promptly checked-out the name of the prescription drug he gave me, and discovered that aside from "risk of stroke" in the side-effects, this drug is NOT to be taken by people who have chronic gastrointestinal problems. Jesus! Clearly, the 15 minutes I wasted filling out the online medical history form were for nothing, since he didn't even take a look at it.
I noticed that his clinic's website has been taken down. I hope that his clinic has shut down as well... what a nightmare!
He is the best I ever had . If it wasnt for him and his amazing Staff in the surgery room for ovary removal. I gave them sever complication and they Saved my life .Thank you to Dr Geumei for all his experice and making me feel safe.
Le Dr Geumei est un médecin compétent qui s'en tient cependant au strict minimum. Il n'avait pas lu mon dossier médical avant de me voir, mais a toutefois fait l'effort de répondre à mes questions. Il semble pressé, mais ne l'est pas forcément, je crois que c'est tout simplement sa façon d'être: il est rapide dans son analyse et ne se rend pas forcément compte que ses patientes ne suivent pas. En ce qui concerne l'examen, rapide, mais indolore, ce qui est important. Je pense aussi que son niveau de français n'est pas assez bon pour pouvoir réellement aider et informer les patientes francophones. En bref, si vous cherchez un gynécologue compétent qui prend encore des patientes, vous pouvez faire appel à lui. En revanche, si vous cherchez un médecin empathique, patient et gratuit, vous devriez voir ailleurs.
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