Ratings for Dr. Martin McLoughlin, Retired
thank god he is retired should have been disbarred, Told me I was too old to operate on and was told me by his office he got me mixed up with another patient. This was done over the phone recorder so all my staff could hear.That was over ten years ago Bill Young
Dr. McLoughlin you still are the best doctor I have ever met I am glad that my Dr. Patrick Mallette recommended me to you You are a great doctor and a fantastic man All your patients will miss you I certainly do Enjoy your retirement well deserved Do you still have a urologist research fund? Regards: Capt R.Yves Cellier
Dr. McLouglin you will be missed by a lot of your Patiens, I'm one of them, you have done a lot for me, you were not just a great Doctor you were also a great Person, specialy when I seen you on your Bike Rides.. thanks again Doctor, enjoy your retirement and happy biking
Dr. McLoughlin is very helpful and considerate. He addressed all my concerns, explained the cause of the problems and asked several times if I had any other questions. He is very thorough and I appreciate that he is cautious and not presumptuous.
Performed a much needed circumcision for phimosis which went off without a hitch. I can't say I appreciated that he asked me if I 'knew how to spell circumcision' or when he said into his recorder '...and the patient has FINALLY decided to do something about it'. (criticism which I deserved) But he did show respect when I demonstrated that I had researched the subject. Dr. McLoughlin gave me exactly what I needed and his staff was absolutely excellent, understanding, and friendly. I highly recommend him and wish I had gone to him earlier.
This doctor misdiagnosed me, and it cost me my kidney. I presented with water on the kidney, and he asked me if I remembered a painful episode passing a stone. I told him I remembered a painful urination once, that's all. I explained that I had endometriosis with inflammation throughout my abdomen, so it would be hard for me to distinguish that pain from a stone passing. He disagreed, and said that he believed my kidney condition was a genetic abnormality, that I'd likely had it all my life, and that it wouldn't be getting any worse. It's function was normal, after all. He then indicated the appointment was over. I asked, "What about follow-up??" He said to come see him again if the kidney keeps getting infected. Turns out he was wrong about everything. My kidney never did get infected again because the ureter closed off completely. I passed a stone from the other kidney 2 years later, and tests revealed the first kidney was completely engorged and now non-functioning.
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