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By: Ann M.
Care For Her
if you want to live and have a healthy baby don't come here. Under there care i was ignored while asking for help. I kept telling the doctor something was wrong with my pregnancy but was told that women have babies every day toughen up. I kept insisting that they were wrong and there was something wrong for three weeks this went on. At the end of the three weeks i was being air lifted to UCSF were they lost me twice in labor my baby was still inside me during this and as a result he was born with many health problems which he later pass away. There is no words to describe my fillings for these care providers for for the love of your unborn child please don't go here i think of my baby boy every day and try to picture what he might look like today with every year that passes every moment of his life that he'll never get. Just please stay away from this place.
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