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    kerryn Guest

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    Hi to all,

    I wonder if anyone has seen a reproductive endocrinologist. I live in Vermont in Melbourne and would love a recommendation.

    Cheers,



    Kerryn

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    Hi Kerryn

    Welcome to BellyBelly. Sorry I can't help you out with that one. I live in Adelaide.

    Love :smt049

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    Hey Kerryn

    I also wanted to welcome you to BB. I could advise you on a good endocrinologist in Sydney, but not Melbourne sorry.

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    kerryn Guest

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    Thanks for the welcome.

    You may still be able to help me, as I was also wondering about the difference between the specialits. Did you also see a gyno?

    Cheers,

    Kerryn

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    Hi Kerryn

    I don't know what he is like but I found a few names of people that specialise in Reproductive Endocriology for you that you might like to Contact

    Professor Henry Burger
    Consultant Endocrinologist
    Jean Hailes Menopause Centre
    173 Carinish Road
    Clayton, Vic, 3168
    Phone - (03) 9562 7555

    Dr Helena Teede
    Endocrinologist
    Suite 13
    Monash Medical Centre
    242 Clayton Road
    Clayton, Vic, 3168
    Phone - 03 9594 2462
    Fax - 03 9594 6475

    Dr Beverley Vollenhoven
    Reproductive Endocrinologist & Fertility
    Suite 6
    252 Clayton Road
    Clayton, Vic, 3168
    Phone - (03) 9544 6688
    Fax - (03) 9544 4707

    I hope this helps you a bit.

    Love :smt049

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    My hubby went to the endocrinologist and I was booked in to see a gyno. I'm not exactly sure what the endocrinologist does for women sorry.

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    Cat81 Guest

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    Hi Kerryn,
    I am from Melbourne too and have been seeing a fantastic endocrinologist (who is also a fertility and ivf dr) for 7 years due to PCOS. She is at the Royal womens hospital and her name is Dr Kate Stern. I highly recommend her, based on my own personal experience.

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    kerryn Guest

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    Hi Cat, thanks for the reply. How long does it usually take to get an appointment with her? I have now made an appointment with an endocrinologist, but would not hesitate to see another if I wasnt happy. Also, I have just told my sister (who has more symptoms than I do) that I have pcos, so she might be needing a recommendation too!!

    Cheers, Kerryn

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