Date Posted: August 06, 2008
Juleen H.
W. Palm Beach, FL

Dr. Greene and his staff are such wonderful people. They all made me feel like I could confide in them, and that I was amongst friends and family. The doctor's advice alone, made me feel like I'm in such good hands, which I was. Dr. Greene made the impossible seem possible when all the other consultations that I wasted hundreds of dollars on, told me my tube couldn't be reversed, because I was HIV positive and they gave me incorrect information about how my tube was originally tied. They told me it was a high risk and that it wouldn't be possible to get pregnant again. They advised me to just do IVF instead. However, once I discovered this website ( pregnantagain.com ) and read the encouraging words from Dr. Greene, I was inspired to contact him with my situation immediately. I had none of the problems with him that I was having with other doctors. Other doctors had a higher price than Dr. Greene, and I even found one less than Dr. Greene, but I decided to put my faith into his hands and fly to Georgia from Florida. Once my husband & I arrived, he sat us down and said he had no doubt it would be a success. I felt no pain after my surgery, and I healed within two to three weeks. Both I and my husband are so thankful to Dr. Greene. My husband has no kids of his own, and now two months after surgery, we will be having our first child together. Dr. Greene is a wonderful doctor and I would recommend him, over any other doctor! Thank God for Dr Greene! To the Lakeshore Surgical Center, thanks again!!!


Date of Reversal: July 11, 2005
Pomeroy Ligation
Left: 10cm Right: 11cm
Age at Time of Reversal: 35 years old
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