My consultant is male and tbh a little creepy. He says "ok" like a million times in each sentence. If he does it during the birth I'm not sure I'll be able to hold my tongue If only we had a choice of doctor on the NHS.
Mine is a female...I"m worried I will be stuck with a male doctor for birth, cuz its who ever is on shift, and well I don't feel comfortable with that, let alone he doesn't have the same parts or been through this expierence so I don't trust him.
My doctor is a woman, but it's office policy that I have to see everyone in the practice at least once before I give birth. This is because I really have no choice in who will deliver Maddox when he's born; it just depends on who's on call at the time. All four doctors are wonderful, and I haven't noticed any difference in the care I receive under any of them. But I have to say I prefer the two women to the two men. I guess I'm just sexist.
Mine's a woman. Honestly I've had a male doctor before and it really doesn't matter to me either way. It just worked out that way because the practice she works in takes my insurance, she had openings and the other major practice in the area doesn't. My husband on the other hand prefers me to have a female, lol.
My family doctor's a male and so is my delivery doctor. I picked him before the two females only because he had done colposcopy's on me for the last couple years so I knew him a little bit compared to the others. I won't be allowed to see my delivery doctor till I'm past 30 weeks though which I found strange
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